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Poopsie and I had an incredibly busy November.
Christmas. For some, it is the most joyous time of the year and for others, it can be very stress-inducing. It should be an end of year cleebration, a chance to take stock, relax and enjoy with family and friends. … Continue reading
Like many FIRE bloggers, Poopsie and I are interested in giving back to our community. We realise how fortunate we are to be in a position to pursue FIRE, and we’re always conscious of doing our bit to help others.
If we didn’t already love New York City before, we were now smitten!
Welcome to The Australian Blogger Interview Series. We noticed the Australian personal finance community growing, mostly through our interactions on Twitter and we wanted to continue to foster this great camaraderie. We’ve reached out to as many Australian personal finance … Continue reading
Another very tough month for us savings wise, but for an expected and necessary reason.
Recently, some of our favourite bloggers, Mr. and Ms. Our Next Life, revealed themselves after being anonymous for a few years. They revealed themselves in a pretty fun way, which prompted me to ask Poopsie, “how should we reveal ourselves … Continue reading
Welcome back to another edition of Poopsie’s Adventures in DIY. This series will mainly chronicle how we insource instead of outsource, and hopefully provide you with some inspiration to do the same! Over the last few weeks our kitchen sink … Continue reading
Long time readers probably know that we have always been undecided about exactly where we would retire. For quite some time, we have been tossing up between retiring to Newcastle and Canberra. And finally, we’ve made a decision!
September was our worst month of the year for savings rate. As we revealed last week, we are paying for a wedding and a honeymoon, but that’s definitely not the only reason we had a low savings rate.