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Recently, The Aussie FIRE eBook was released by Pearler. Pearler was started by three Australian friends who wanted to set up an easy to use source of information and products for Australians on the journey to financial independence. They came … Continue reading
That title is not a typo. I know we are not in post-Corona times either worldwide, or even in Australia. However, here in the ACT we are mostly back to normal. Most shops and restaurants are back open and while … Continue reading
Like many people around the world, Poopsie and I are shocked to see what is currently going on in the United States following the murder of George Floyd.
Here at AWP, we love being a part of the Australian financial independence community. We also try to build and grow that community, which is why we created The Australian Blogger Interview Series where we talk to as many Australian … Continue reading
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
Recently Poopsie and I spent a long weekend at the beach with my brother, sister-in law and my nephews. It was lovely and while there, I read The Simple Path to Wealth by JL Collins. In this book and on his … Continue reading
Most people can point to a large, singular historical event that occurred during their lifetime. Often, peers and those of a similar age might ask “Where were you when x-event happened?”
In March 2019, we spent 10 days on the North Island of New Zealand. We went with my brother, his wife and my two nephews who at the time were aged 2 and 6 months. We flew with Air New … Continue reading
Australia had its last recession in 1991. While I lived through it, I wasn’t really concentrating on the fall of the share market. Learning how to use the toilet by myself and colouring in was taking up much of my … Continue reading