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Just a quick update on how our Airbnb renovations are going since our last post in August, how much progress we’ve made, and when we estimate we’ll be live on Airbnb for bookings. For all our Airbnb related posts click here. Eventually, the aim is to turn these posts into more detailed monthly posts aroundContinue reading “Airbnb Update – September 2021”
We stumbled onto the concept of FIRE otherwise known as Financial Independence Retire Early in mid 2019. Just over 2 years have passed since then, and in this time we have been actively working towards financial independence as a family of four. I’ll be the first to admit it hasn’t been a smooth pathway, andContinue reading “How to pursue financial independence with a family”
August was our second most expensive month to date of 2021, and it felt like it. I felt like we were constantly paying for something, and even though it was mostly planned it still hurt. Our renovations continue to be our biggest expense and to date we have spent over 16k this year on completelyContinue reading “Expense Review – August 2021”
We officially have a net worth of just over $1,000,000!!!!!! Mid way through August we had our property officially revalued as part of our refinance. As a result our net worth was pushed into 7 figure territory. We’ve always been super conservative with the value of our property so it was nice to get aContinue reading “(We’re Millionaires) Net Worth Update – August 2021”
Following our side hustle series detailing the side hustles we participate in we have decided to track and detail the income we generate each month. If you want to read all the previous linked posts you can find them all here. I’m not sure about you but as soon as August hits the rest ofContinue reading “Side Hustle Income – August 2021”
This year it’s highly likely that my husband and I will have a reasonably large tax debt due to the growing dividend income from investments. I have had large tax bills in the past and so I thought I would share what we’ve learnt from our past experiences with Australian Tax Office (ATO) debts. Don’tContinue reading “What to do if you have an ATO tax debt?”
I’m sharing another one of my frugal and budget go-to recipes that help keep my grocery bill as low as possible, and my belly full. I love this recipe because its under $10 in total to make and is the perfect winter warmer. It’s a simple dish with simple flavours that warm you up fromContinue reading “Devilled Sausages”
Just a quick update on how our Airbnb renovations are going since our last post in June, how much progress we’ve made, and when we estimate we’ll be live on Airbnb for bookings. For all our Airbnb related posts click here. Eventually the aim is to turn these posts into more detailed monthly posts aroundContinue reading “Airbnb Update – August 2021”
I’m sharing another one of my frugal and budget friendly recipes this week. Everyone loves good pasta (right….) and if you haven’t got your own go to pasta sauce recipe give this one a whirl. It’s super easy but super tasty and it’s a recipe that the whole family will enjoy. You can make itContinue reading “Bolognese Pasta Sauce with your choice of Pasta”
Earlier this month I created a printable to act as a monthly worksheet to track my own personal finance and other goals. Today I’ve decided to provide this printable here for free download on the page to thank you for your support. I hope you find it helpful to your own journey. I’ve designed thisContinue reading “Free Monthly Personal Finance Printable”
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