There’s a lot of talk within the FIRE community that says that in general work is bad and how life would be so much better. But I think that that’s not the whole story. There’s something to be said about earning money through work. Advertisements
I’m in my other office today in expectation that my Mr Manager would be in and I could have a heart-to-heart with him and hand in my notice. But Mr Manager has worked from home today and I won’t see him for a week. What to do???
Handy little rules of thumb, sound so smart but are so dumb.
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.
I’ve probably checked my main current account balance everyday – more or less – for the last 15 years. I check my portfolio about once a month but the indices about daily. Is that too much / too often / too time consuming? Am I obsessed, is this OCD? And what would I do if […]
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.
I overheard a colleague today talking about the repair bill for his car “I’ve just paid off the holiday and this comes out of the blue! I cannae believe it”.
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?
Following on from two previous posts (1) (2) I’m glad to say that I was able to secure 100% of what I applied for.
May 2019 might be remembered for a number of things; the end of Mother Thersea, the Brexit Party and LibDems triumphing but it’s been a good time for GFF overall. We’ve had some great adventures at home and some away and our spending has never been lower. My main thoughts have been towards FIRE / […]