Monthly Report #2 – April 2020

It’s that time of the month where I disclose my finances to you, in full and update you on my progress towards financial independence and early retirement. Spoiler alert: still not there. However, I made some huge jumps towards my goals this month. Having been promoted, I’ve seen my salary jump by 13%. As aContinue reading “Monthly Report #2 – April 2020”

Monthly Report #1: March 2020

This is the first instalment of my monthly reports, where I’ll be disclosing my financial circumstances as of the previous month, with snapshots of the spreadsheet I use to track everything! You can download your very own template of my spreadsheet at the bottom of this post. I’ll go into a bit of detail onContinue reading “Monthly Report #1: March 2020”

Becoming Financially Savvy – The Milestones

I’ve been thinking hard about what qualifies me to refer to myself as ‘Financially Savvy’. So, in this post is what I have determined to be the milestones that must be reached in order to achieve peak ‘Financial Savvy-ness’. It’s really quite straight forward. It’s simply an amalgamation of the things I learned about myContinue reading “Becoming Financially Savvy – The Milestones”

My Story: How I took 27 years off my retirement age

To emphasise the potential of the information and simple, actionable tips I’ll be sharing with you in my future blogs, I felt it best to share my own story as a live case study. I’ll update you on a monthly basis with my progress, including: monthly expenses, savings, net worth and years to FI. WhilstContinue reading “My Story: How I took 27 years off my retirement age”