The Way of Financial Freedom

Tweet If your cup of water is empty, would you refill it by taking your empty cup to the faucet, or by bringing the faucet to your empty cup? This is the secret to financial freedom.  You can bring your savings up to cover your expenses, or you can bring your expenses down to fitRead More

Peer To Peer Lending Update: March 2014

Tweet It’s been 6 months since my last Peer-To-Peer investment update, so I figured it’s time to drop another quick summary on the site. I’ll be changing things up a bit this time, and providing an update for both of my P2P investments: Lending Club and Prosper. Lending Club Here are my historical returns with LendingRead MoreRead More

Retiring Early – February 2014 Cash Flow Summary

Tweet February was a great month.  Hopefully, it was also a trend setter.  For the first time since I started tracking my income and expenses 3 years ago my non-salary income managed to exceed my expenses. Better yet, I’m sitting on a boatload of uninvested cash that’ll increase my passive income once I get itRead MoreRead More

Financial Independence – Enabling Lives Worth Living

Tweet Imagine a life where you could make your living doing anything you wanted to do.  A world where you don’t necessarily have enough money to travel the world by private jet, but where your investments sufficiently cover all of life’s essentials along with some luxuries along the way.   Each day you could wakeRead MoreRead More