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Frugalstu

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Name:
Frugalstu
Category:
General Finance
Tags:
Lifestyle, Frugality, FIRE, Early Retirement, Investing, Making Money, Millennial
Start Year:
2018

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Net worth:
$150,000.00
Location:
Birminghan, Alabama, United States
Age:
20s
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
SIK (Single Income, Kids)
Profession:
IT / Data
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Latest Blog Posts

My first spending report - your chance to see what I spend money on! The post First Spending Report – June 2019 appeared first on Frugal Stu. ...
Posted: Jul 14 2019 @ 1:48 AM
I’ve been a bit behind on the blog lately with a week off work for the 4th. I had every intention to use some of my spare vacation time to bust out blog posts but instead my time got swallowed up with swimming, Mario Kart, long bike rides, the Brookfield zoo and other family activities. ... Read moreSelf Reliance Course Report Week 7 The post Self Reliance Course Report Week 7 ...
Posted: Jul 10 2019 @ 8:18 PM
I’ve been a bit behind on the blog lately with a week off work for the 4th. I had every intention to use some of my spare vacation time to bust out blog posts but instead my time got swallowed up with swimming, Mario Kart, long bike rides, the Brookfield zoo and other family activities. ... Read moreSelf Reliance Course Report Week 7 The post Self Reliance Course Report Week 7 ...
Posted: Jul 10 2019 @ 8:18 PM
In social media the #COW means “Crush of the Week.” For motocross fans, it means something completely different: Crash or Win. This acronym is usually attributed to one of the fastest racers that seems to have trouble keeping it rubber side down. James Stewart was often described as a COW type rider, and Eli Tomac ... Read moreMoto Money Series 3: Crash or Win The post Moto Money Series 3: Crash ...
Posted: Jun 20 2019 @ 11:11 PM
This course is now halfway over and continually getting deeper into practical application. This week was focused on time management and protecting ourselves and families from hardship. Time Management The lesson started out with some pondering on time and it’s meaning in our lives. I immediately thought of the book “Your Money or Your Life,” ... Read moreSelf Reliance Course Report Week 6 The post Self Reliance Course Report Week 6 ...
Posted: Jun 19 2019 @ 12:12 AM
I went a little crazy with the podcasts lately. In March, I discovered the podcast app on my iPhone. It’s quite amazing I went so many years without ever using it. I had listened to podcasts from The Art of Manliness, Exhaust, and Mad Fientist through their websites, but never from my phone. A friend ... Read moreI Binge Listened Every ChooseFI Podcast Episode – Here’s What I Learned The post ...
Posted: Jun 04 2019 @ 1:38 AM
Another week, another lesson. This week was a follow up on budgeting from last week where we set up an initial budget. The theme was sticking to it, which is the more difficult part of the process. Solving Problems We started out with a really simple exercise on problem solving. A hypothetical story about a ... Read moreSelf Reliance Course Report Week 5 The post Self Reliance Course Report Week 5 ...
Posted: Jun 04 2019 @ 1:01 AM
This week the rubber met the road when it comes to personal finance. Up to this point, the course has focused mostly on expense tracking and spiritual principles like prayer, faith, fasting and tithing. We got our hands dirty with budgeting on Sunday. I’m a little short on time so I’ll quickly highlight concepts we ... Read moreSelf Reliance Course Report Week 4 The post Self Reliance Course Report Week 4 ...
Posted: May 27 2019 @ 3:20 PM
The other day I read that only about 33.6% of employees who have access to a 401k contribute to it. This statistic is just over a year old. I was shocked to see this number so low. It pains me to see that many people forgo free money (if there is a match), lower taxes ... Read moreIt’s Always Worth Getting the 401k Match – Even If You Cash It ...
Posted: May 25 2019 @ 9:22 AM
I have been continually following Worthy Bonds as they continue to become better known. I now have over $200 in my account and interest continues to accrue weekly. I’m adding just $50 a month but also using their round up feature, which rounds up transactions on my main credit card Continue Reading The post Worthy Bonds Update appeared first on Frugal Stu. ...
Posted: May 25 2019 @ 12:14 AM

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