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I Got 99 Problems and This Job Ain’t One: The End of My Side Hustle

Welcome back to My Early Retirement Journey. As you may know, my side hustle ended the first week of May 2018. Hooray! I started the side hustle because in my initial states of early retirement research, the prevailing thought was either earn more or spend less. I had few expenses I could easily cut as …

My Early Retirement Journey- #singlegirllife

Review | 3 Free Excel Spreadsheets That Deserve Another Look

Since my earlier post on 3 free spreadsheets was such a hit, I thought I’d share my latest findings. In my quest for the perfect spreadsheet, I stumbled upon a few more spreadsheets and templates that might serve a purpose for some of you out there. By stumbled upon, I mean I clicked every available …

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Notes on Life | Jul 27, 2018: Doctors Without Borders, Repo Man, Hotel Holiday

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. …

Using Scenes From My Childhood To Figure Out Where To Live Next

Using Scenes From My Childhood To Figure Out Where To Live Next

I have made quite a few lists over the past five years or so of what I wanted out of life and where I wanted to live. Often inspired by a pithy movie quote or reality TV confessional, even the occasional TedTalk or sermon, my quest for self-improvement is long-standing. With this blog though, I’m …

My Early Retirement Journey Interviewed on Chief Mom Officer

This week My Early Retirement Journey will be interviewed on Chief Mom Officer. Check out the post here. Quick Facts About Chief Mom Officer (courtesy of her recent feature on Business Insider): 38-year-old MBA who works as an IT program manager at a large company. Makes a six-figure salary. Her husband stays at home with …

Review | That Time I Tried Blue Apron And 9 Light-Hearted Reasons You Should Too

Introduction. There are lots of reasons I don’t always eat as well as I should. I would not consider myself a fad diner, but I do enjoy trying new dining experiences. I was first introduced to Blue Apron (no affiliate for this bitty blog) by one of my roommates from college. She had gotten a …

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Notes on Life | Jul 20, 2018: +1, 75 posts, Flagyl

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. …

4 Months Post-Op: Some Unexpected Things (TMI)

Welcome back. I’m just sharing a quick update on my health four months post-op. Quite a few unexpected things have happened and I want to document seemingly everything on this My Early Retirement Journey. I did browse HysterSisters pre and post-op, but sometimes it’s information overload. If I can’t find what I’m looking for within …