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Toward the midpoint of 2013, after an extended period of the blues, I finally admitted that there was something fairly wrong with my life.
I have a pretty decent job, all things considered. And I’m going to quit it anyway.
I’m going to burn a post picking through last year’s expenses.
I’m doing what must be the most premature month-end financial summary ever done, a whopping 12 days sooner than the regular schedule.
Another month, another expense report. This time it’s November.
Let’s do a no-frills expense entry for October.
It’s time to put an end to the blog for now.
When I was in my twenties I didn’t much care about charities. I mean, who really does when they’re younger, anyway? For many people, it takes an event that affects you or the ones you love to get you interested … Continue reading
Let’s take a quick look at how the ‘ol wallet finished up the last month of summer.
Friends and FI Everyone striving for the goal of financial independence will eventually run into the question of how to approach this subject with friends.