Every day, in every way, things are getting better and better. I have a good feel about 2017. So bring it on.
Want to enjoy a stress free Christmas? Then avoid the shopping mall this Christmas. I started from 1 December.
Today is my birthday. Happy birthday to me. And I have many good reasons to celebrate, including the fact that I have just paid off my mortgage.
I have a new challenge – can I survive on only $50 a week groceries for one adult and two children between now and Christmas?
You would think that with being frugal and having an ambitious goal of not only paying off my home mortgage by the end of 2016 but also wanting to become a billionaire that I would be working with a financial planner. Actually, until recently, I have had an irrational distrust of financial planners.
January. A time to reflect after Christmas and catch a breath before the busy work and school year gets underway. And unless you are still on holidays, a time to declutter.
Looking back on 2015, it was a fairly significant year for me in more ways than one. And I achieved one financial goal I set out to achieve – putting aside at least 10% of my income into investment. So this year I am going to aim for something even bigger: to pay off the mortgage on my residential property (i.e. my home).