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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
For those who pay particular attention to the blog, you may know that usually the top right hand corner of the blog header looks like this: You may also know that it doesn’t look like that anymore. It now looks … Continue reading
Here at AWP, we’re working our way toward FIRE – Financial Independence, Retire Early. We have been on this journey for a couple of years now and have under six to go (maybe). But in those remaining six years, the … Continue reading
You might remember back in June, I wrote about the importance of a financial community. In that post, I mentioned that Mrs. ETT, Miss Balance and I regularly have some great chats on Twitter.
First of all, for those who don’t follow us on Twitter, you may have noticed that we didn’t publish a post last week. I sent out this message on Twitter, letting everyone know that there wouldn’t be a post. Both … Continue reading
It seems like I only just wrote our Savings Rate post for 2016! How time has flown. For a quick refresh, our 2016 savings rate was 40%. We were disappointed with that rate and were determined to do better in … Continue reading
It seems very late to be publishing this post as we are already half way through January! But, we have had a lot going on, what with getting married, going on an amazing honeymoon and moving to Sydney to start … 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