Financial Independence, FIRE, Grow Net Worth, Investing, Personal Finance, Retire Early, Save Money, Save-Spend Balance, Spend Money
You’re probably getting confused and wondering what the post title means exactly. Let me explain.
The other day I re-tweeted Rick’s tweet and I really loved the message here.
Love it! https://t.co/mmGNNzEfMQ
— Bob | Tawcan (@Tawcan) July 23, 2018
Within the personal finance community, … Continue Reading
It’s July, that means the first half of 2018 is officially in the books. Since January 1, we have been busy adding dividend-paying stocks and index ETFs in our TFSAs, RRSPs, and taxable accounts. To be completely accountable, I have been highlighting these purchases in … Continue Reading
The other day, I was discussing personal finance and financial independence retire early (FIRE) topics with someone that is starting his Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE) journey and he asked:
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If you were to start your Financial Independence Retire Early journey today. What would you
Recently a reader wrote an email and asked some questions related to dividend investing. I always appreciate hearing from readers and receiving their personal finance and investing questions. Please keep them coming!
Anyway, with this reader’s email questions, I quickly replied with some simple answers. … Continue Reading
3.5 weeks after getting sick and having bronchitis, I am finally feeling better. The coughing is still lingering though, so hopefully that’ll go away soon. Although I have been walking a lot the last 3.5 weeks, it would be good to start some high-intensity exercises … Continue Reading
At four and half years old, Baby T1.0 is at a super fun age that is really neat to interact with him every day. His imagination is out of this world. The other day he built a dinosaur out of Duplo blocks and played with … Continue Reading
Hello, my name is Bob. I'm from Vancouver Canada. This is a personal finance blog where I chronicle my quest for joyful life and financial independence.
In 2011, my wife and I had a financial epiphany and started our financial independence retire early (FIRE) journey. Since then, we have amassed a dividend portfolio that generates over $2,100 per month.
I wanted to use this blog to demonstrate that it is possible to achieve financial independence as a single income family with two young kids while living in one of the most expensive cities in the world.
Some of the topics I write are: financial independence retire early (FIRE), dividend & index investing, money mindset, save-spend balance, and travels.