Author Archives: livafi
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Then quit. There’s no point in being a damned fool about it. — W.C. Fields No build-up or table-setting today. This is going to read like a direct continuation … Continue reading
It is so hard to leave. Until you leave. Then it’s the easiest thing in the world. — John Green, Paper Towns Fair warning: This post is going to be a little raw. I haven’t done much editing or … Continue reading
The number one question that people ask once you tell them you’re considering early retirement is: What will you do with your time?
After a decade and a half of saving and investing, I’ve seemingly come full circle.
If I kept a gratitude journal, the first item listed every day would be to thank people in my life for being there for me. My wife. My parents. My siblings.
Today I’m going to talk about Investment Policy Statements. I’m creeping up on my early retirement date, set for April of this year, which has triggered a review process of my own IPS, and I wanted to share the … Continue reading
There have been some recent changes to the blog.
This post wasn’t going to be this post.
Last week, I met with a certified financial planner (CFP) to discuss my impending early retirement.
Toward the midpoint of 2013, after an extended period of the blues, I finally admitted that there was something fairly wrong with my life.