Tag: financial independence

May 4 2018: Financial Independence Day

Wow. This is it. May 4, 2018. Grumby Financial Independence Day! Our access badges have been turned in to our employers and we’ve deleted all work-related apps from our phones. It will take some time to experience and process the many emotions of this humongous transition. What’s most clear right now is how grateful we are to all of the… Read more →

Eleven Ways to Accelerate Your Retirement Plan

Do you want to have the option of spending less time working? Whether you are fifteen or fifty, now is the time to start working toward this important goal! By following any of the 11 recommendations below, you will reduce your time on the job by weeks, months, or years. Or maybe even decades! Read more →

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Five Reasons Two Wheels are Better Than Four

“Wake up. There is a huge, bright beautiful world out there and you are letting it pass you by! Get off your couch, get out of your stale bubble and explore something new. Learn something new. Experience something new.” -Curtis and Jenny Shaw, Crazyguyonabike.com     A few years ago I sold my car and started walking and biking to… Read more →

7 Meditation Benefits for FIRE

Making the decision to to spend less and save more requires a long-term commitment to changing habits and shifting perspective. One technique I like is practicing meditation to train my attention. This exercise can be particularly beneficial when pursuing financial independence (FI) and/or planning to retire early (RE). Here are 7 ways that meditation can be beneficial to the FIRE… Read more →

About Us: Early Retirement, Savings Plan, Expense Reduction Strategy, and More!

Hello and welcome to our blog!  We are the Grumbys and we’re happy that you’re interested in our journey toward early retirement, and the many adventures that are sure to follow.  During our pre-retirement phase, we’ll talk about our experiences in reducing expenses, downsizing belongings, and increasing happiness.  Our mission is to share ideas, create conversations, entertain, and inspire.  We greatly enjoy… Read more →

Sh*t You Don’t Need (and some stuff you might)

Mrs. G and I were walking through the mall last week and, not being shoppers, were astounded by the sheer volume of completely worthless stuff, or should I say sh*t out there. If you’re frugal and you value Financial Independence, what you see below will horrify you. I call it sh*t because most of it is completely nonessential and designed… Read more →

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