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July was an expensive month! A great month for what we did together but some long time coming spending came to bite us. It was also the 1 year blog anniversary – I hope you’ve enjoyed reading.
This weekend we had our first guests from AirBnB in a year. How did it go and will we stick with it?
It’s been one year since I started this blog and after 90,000 words, 30,000 views and over 100 posts I think it’s been worthwhile. Hopefully you agree.
We’ve just booked our ski holiday for 2020 at a cost of £2,600. How does this stack up as far as frugality goes?
Last night I was walking around the neighbourhood on a warm summer’s evening. In part to give the Master and Little Lady some exercise and to give the Lady a few minutes of peace at home. In part to find some wild strawberries that grow near us. Nothing beats a bit of family foraging
One of the agreements that my good Lady wife and I had before deciding to have kids was that if she wasn’t drinking during the pregnancy then neither was I. A Faustian 6-pack you could say – babies really change your life (even if you are just the sperm donor) but since men have the […]
Following on from Part 1 and before Part 3 we find my Dad retired from work and largely listless. After almost 40 years he had earned a little time for rest and relaxation. What else are you supposed to do when you retire?
I’m sat here in work today and I’ve been trying to call a few clients to catch-up on projects and opportunities but EVERYONE is off today. Who knew that Good Friday was so popular?
For many, FIRE is a bit of a strange concept- a theoretical crossing of one line (passive income) and another (living expenses) and then you just “retire early” – well, I have a case study to follow and that is my Dad’s. See part 2 and part 3: