Personal finance is personal. On this page you’ll find the posts about our journey. I don’t pretend to have a formula and set of steps to take that will work perfectly for everyone.
However, I know from first-hand experience that reading the journeys of others helps us build understanding and create our own paths to financial independence. So, here are posts specific to the journey of two career educators building a path to financial independence (FI) and optional retirement (OR.)
My dad left. My mom raised three kids while working full time and putting herself through nursing school. You better believe I’m going to write about her for a Mother’s Day post.
A review of our financial progress for the first three months of 2019. How did we do?
Did you get it right the first time? We didn’t. Read about the process we used to overcome our mental blocks and reverse 15 years of lifestyle inflation.
Here comes 2019! 2018 was our first full year on the path to financial independence (FI) and it was a great one. We’re determined to make 2019 even better. And, if you’ve read anything of mine, you know that means setting some clear goals. I’ll tell you about our process and goals for a successful 2019.