Case study: Deep in debt but scared to take action

Last night, as I do from time to time, I met with a GRS reader. Actually, Debbie doesn’t read this site but her sister does. And Debbie means to. Although I met Debbie’s sister last year at a Camp FI event, I’d never met Debbie before. “So, what’s your situation?” I asked after our waiter … Read moreCase study: Deep in debt but scared to take action

By the numbers: My spending for January 2019

You know how sometimes you let chores and errands and obligations pile up until there’s nothing left but to ignore what you want to do and take time to actually do what needs to be done? Yeah, well that’s what the past week has been like for me. I’ve spent most of my waking hours … Read moreBy the numbers: My spending for January 2019

My 2018 year in review

Across the web, I see other financial bloggers sharing their year-end financial summaries. Some folks had good years. Financial Samurai’s net worth increased by 6.5% in 2018. Others had mediocre years. Fritz at The Retirement Manifesto saw his net worth decline by 2.1% thanks to a volatile stock market. Me? Well, I’m embarrassed to share … Read moreMy 2018 year in review