Welcome to our blog where we chronicle our adventures toward early retirement and a life of travel.
- Retirement Day! July 1, 202372 months to go.
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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
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
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
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
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
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.
Welcome back to The Australian Blogger Interview Series.
May felt like a very spendy month to us. This is our first post where we don’t reveal our specific items of spending, but instead focus on our overall savings rate. Read about why we made that decision here.
Usually, this post would feature our May spending report. However, we’ve recently decided to stop publicly chronicling every dollar we spend.
We are pretty certain about our path to early retirement and getting there in approximately six years (though we definitely have our doubts). However, occasionally, I wonder what our lives would look like if we had no plans to retire early.