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The Importance of Tracking Your Spending

In May, Mr Money Mustache released his annual spending post for 2016. These are my favourite posts of his, where he details every dollar his family of three spent for the year. I gain a great deal of inspiration and … Continue reading

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Monthly Savings Rate- July 2017

Straight off the high of a 62% Savings Rate in June, we entered July… And promptly fell flat on our faces.

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Unclaimed Money

Back in April, the Australian media was full of stories about how Australians had more than $1 billion in unclaimed funds lying dormant in a variety of accounts. Poopsie read about it on ABC Online, and headed straight over to … Continue reading

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Meal Planning and Grocery Shopping

Food. For many Australians it accounts for the second or third biggest chunk out of their budget, after housing and/or transport. Poor food choices are also leading to an increase of “lifestyle” diseases, such as Type II diabetes and heart … Continue reading

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Reaching Milestones on the Journey to Early Retirement

If you’ve been reading here for a while, you know that Poopsie and I don’t budget in the traditional sense of the word. Instead, we try and keep our spending as low as possible and everything left over is either … Continue reading

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The Importance of a Goal

If you’ve been reading our blog for a while, you’ll know that we have a goal to retire from our jobs in just six years. However, what you may not know is, until about a week before we published that … Continue reading

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Monthly Savings Rate- June 2017

June flew by. I was on my own this month for three weeks, as Poopsie was on a work trip in a remote Northern Territory town. Fortunately, he was fed all of his meals and this resulted in a reduced … Continue reading

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Where We’ve Travelled: New York City Part One

There is just something about New York City. I don’t even know how to begin to describe it. Throughout my 20s, I travelled to New York City three times. I desperately wanted to show it to Poopsie, so we made … Continue reading

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Building a Financial Community

To many, money is a taboo subject and not something that they ever talk about. This can make it hard as an aspiring early retiree, to know how to build a financial community around you.

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The Australian Blogger Interview Series: Dividends Down Under

Welcome back to The Australian Blogger Interview Series.

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