How Being A Victim of Identity Theft Helped Me Take Control of My Finances and Pay Off $30,000 of Debt in 2 Years

So I thought I’d share my debt payoff story. I didn’t think there was much there, but perhaps I don’t give myself enough credit (no pun intended). I just thought – I got into debt when I didn’t have any money; I got out of debt when I did. That’s the overall gist. End of …

Financial Update | June 2018 Savings and Investment

Hey there! Welcome back to My Early Retirement Journey. In case you’re just joining us, here’s a little bit about me.  I am a single 30-something, openly Christian, hesitantly immigrant-y, human woman. I love watching TV while eating takeout, and I want to retire early. I currently work as a consultant in a tele-health call center making …

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My Week Ending June 8, 2018: 100k, Google Docs, Auntie Dearest

Welcome back to My Early Retirement Journey. In case you’re just joining us, here’s a little bit about me.  I am a single 30-something, openly Christian, hesitantly immigrant-y, human woman. I love watching TV while eating takeout, and I want to retire early. I currently work as a consultant in a tele-health call center making around $40/hr. …

Best Tip Ever: Run your car’s a/c to save money this summer!

Hi there, so I’ve been transporting my aunt around this summer. She’s not doing well and I’ve graciously agreed to help manage her care and finances.  I’ve also been binging on catchy titles for the summer season challenge like the one that led you here. So without further ado… Last weekend I drove from North …

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Wednesday Weekly: June 6, 2018

Most popular post on My Early Retirement Journey this week: What No One Tells You About Managing Your Aging Parents’ Finances (as featured on WomensMoneyTalk) Wednesday Weekly is a round up of what I stumbled upon this week on the world wide web because sharing resources and information is what the internet’s all about. WHAT …

Blog Update | June 2018: 3 Months, 0 Dollars, 5,000 Pageviews

So after publishing my pitiful 1st month blog update, I was very discouraged and decided to try a quarterly report or a report every 3 months instead. I liked Frugal Asian Finance’s blog traffic report structure and it was the one I just browsed a few minutes ago so I will use that as a …

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Must Read! My Week Ending June 1, 2018: Terrace House, Subway, Li’l Smokies

Welcome back to My Early Retirement Journey. In case you’re just joining us, here’s a little bit about me.  I am a single 30-something, openly Christian, hesitantly immigrant-y, human woman. I love watching TV while eating takeout, and I want to retire early. I currently work as a consultant in a tele-health call center making around $40/hr. …