My Early Retirement Journey- #singlegirllife

My Week Ending April 13, 2018: Savings Rate, Ads, Fried Rice

Another week down in My Early Retirement Journey.  This week ended, thankfully enough, with a little spring in my step. Nice weather brightens my mood. It feels nice to leave the workday when it’s still light out. On with it… Monday – Worked 9.5 hours at my day job. Came home; watched The Mindy Project; …

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My Week Ending April 6, 2018: Allergies, Fever, Root Canal

My Early Retirement Journey This Week: Monday – I started the workday relatively fine. Today was a 9.5 hour shift. I despise it, but it affords me the opportunity to do my side hustle so I have to remember to be thankful for them accommodating me. I was fine when I got there. I helped …

Blog Update | April 2018: 1 Month, 0 Dollars, 400 Pageviews

STATS: Pageviews:  418 (all time) Followers: 0 Revenue: $0, 3 failed attempts to enroll in Adsense, reason cited: insufficient content. Expenses: $60 for Bluehost and domain Net income: -$60 + work hours Notes: After a little over a month on Blogger, decided to roll blog over to Bluehost. To keep it simple, decided April 1, …

Spring into Success: 5 Bible-Based Steps To Develop a Life Management Plan!

Happy Easter! My original title was Happy Easter: 5 Steps to Develop a Life Management Plan and Resurrect Your Life! That was a bit long. I am openly Christian and if that takes away from my readership, then so be it! So I was listening to the sermon this week online, of course.  Pastor Dale …

Housing for Profit? An Update from Sandra Rinomato

I recently posited:  Is it worth it to get a larger mortgage to increase your potential resale value? As you know from my Budget Struggles, housing is my biggest expense and one I hope to cut down to fuel momentum in My Early Retirement Journey.  After binge watching Buy Herself on Netflix, I thought I …