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Mr Chaos

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Name:
Cutting Through Chaos
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Family
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Start Year:
2018

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Lusaka, Lusaka, Zambia
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SIK (Single Income, Kids)
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CFO
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Latest Blog Posts

Today’s post is a little bit different. It’s a link to a guest post that I’ve written on another site – 1500days.com. The post 1500days.com Guest Post appeared first on Cutting Through Chaos. ...
Posted: Jan 28 2019 @ 8:43 AM
Today was the first day of home school. My first day, teaching our daughter. It wasn't meant to be, but Mrs Chaos pulled a sickie.... The post Back to School appeared first on Cutting Through Chaos. ...
Posted: Jan 23 2019 @ 4:46 PM
We have an ongoing debate in our family about whether our kids should follow in their father’s finance footsteps and enjoy a career of glamor and endless excitement... My wife is not a fan of the idea and is instead subtly (or not so) indoctrinating them as engineers! The post Our Top 3 STEM Toys appeared first on Cutting Through Chaos. ...
Posted: Nov 17 2018 @ 9:16 AM
So what do you do when your other half suggests you spend a lot of money to save money. Not with my our money, you don’t. But then my husband proceeds to tell me about a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet with some of the founders of FI and get one-to-one advice at a 1-week conference, a Chautauqua. Chatta-what? […] The post The Reluctant Chautauquan : 10 Weird Things I Learnt About a Chautauqua appeared ...
Posted: Oct 29 2018 @ 5:54 PM
Earlier this year I came across a totally new way of looking at life and finances – via the growing ‘Financial Independence’ (FI) movement. Since then, I’ve spent most of my time down every conceivable rabbit hole reading blogs, books, and listening to podcasts. Specifically on what and how I should be spending my money. […] The post Financial Independence: I may have joined a cult appeared first on Cutting Through ...
Posted: Oct 15 2018 @ 5:30 AM
Let the tooth fairy pay for your dentures… For those of you that read the post about our tooth fairy failure, you’ll be pleased to hear that I’ve accepted full responsibility, have done a log of begging on my knees, and my gracious wife has now forgiven me for mis-assigning blame. But talking about the tooth […] The post Need dentures? Ask the tooth fairy appeared first on Cutting Through Chaos. ...
Posted: Oct 08 2018 @ 12:07 PM
So, it turns out that our tooth fairy suffers from forgetfulness.  She’s 1 for 3 in our limited experience with her.  Leia was not overly surprised by the latest fairy failure last night.  I’d like to think she’s learning valuable lessons about how unfair and unreliable the world is …But the truth is, the world […] The post Our tooth fairy has amnesia appeared first on Cutting Through Chaos. ...
Posted: Oct 01 2018 @ 12:05 PM
There’s nothing I love more than tracking the spend on my latest Death Star project on a spreadsheet. I love personal finance. And spreadsheets. My friends and family know about my personal finance fixation and occasionally ask about the first step to take when trying to improve their personal finance skills. (I do surprisingly have a […] The post A bunch of reasons why you should track your spending appeared first on ...
Posted: Sep 24 2018 @ 11:54 AM
You often hear that there are only two certainties in life: death and taxes.  If you are a parent, there’s a third. Poo. Lots of poo. Poo-based blockbusters with never-ending sequels (Lethal Poo, Poo-tanic, Poo Hard, Poo Harder, etc).  Four kids mean that we’ve seen our fair share of poo, including the latest ‘release’ last […] The post Poo-mageddon appeared first on Cutting Through Chaos. ...
Posted: Sep 17 2018 @ 11:51 AM

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