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As many of you may remember, back in September 2016, we committed to a roughly six year time frame to reach Early Retirement. We haven’t changed that date, despite many things changing here at Adventures with Poopsie. We aren’t going … Continue reading
As you will know if you’ve read our Where We’ve Travelled series, we like to travel. Time and money are the only things that stop us from travelling more often. We only get four weeks of leave each year and, given we’re … 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
It has been a few months since we last posted here, with our August Life Update. In that post, we updated our readers on a few things, particularly that we’d moved to Canberra and I had left my government employer … Continue reading
Back in March, we placed the blog on hiatus. Mainly due to our busy work schedules, plus a few changes we knew were coming, we just couldn’t keep up with our weekly posts. I knew this would be temporary and, … Continue reading
It is with sadness that I announce Adventures with Poopsie will be going on hiatus. As many of you know, Poopsie and I have recently started new jobs which have proven to be exceptionally busy and taxing on our time. We … Continue reading
Back when we had our awful spending month in January, I mentioned that Poopsie and I would need to sit down and talk about our life plans, our goals and our FIRE plans. Poopsie and I were chatting about something … Continue reading
We have recently written quite a bit about financial community- here and here. Recently, the wonder of our online community showed itself again.
February is the shortest month of the year, so that should technically mean we all spend a little less, right? We did! This month we found ourselves a lot closer to our preferred savings rate. After our terrible January, we … Continue reading