Monthly Archives

September 2015

  • Traveling with a toddler in Japan

    Baby T is no stranger to overseas travels, having made the trip to Denmark and back when he was 7 weeks old and again when he was 20 months old. Wanting to take…

  • buy

    Recent buys – shopping spreed style

    After reading personal finance books like The Wealthy Barber, and Flipping Burgers to Flipping Millions, the idea of buying assets rather than buying depreciation things was imprinted in my brain. This is why…

  • Dividend Income – August 2015 update

    Thank you for dropping by. It’s that time of the month where I share my favourite post of the month – our monthly dividend income. The reason for loving dividends so…

  • Weekend Reading – bye bye work edition

    I’m saying bye bye to work for 2 weeks as Mrs. T, Baby T, and I are heading to Japan! I’m particularly excited about this trip because it will be Mrs. T…

  • Things that saved us money recently

    The only realistic way to achieve financial independence is to spend less money than you earn and invest the difference. Eventually the investment amount will be large enough to sustain your…