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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 →

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 →

The Monthly Downsizer: February 2017

In July of 2015 we moved from a 1,400 square foot house with 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and an oversize double garage to an 880 sq. ft. apartment.  Four months later, we downsized again and moved to a 670 sq. ft. apartment.  With the goals of shortening our retirement horizon and simplifying our lives, we jettisoned most of our belongings and took the plunge into… Read more →

How Tiny House Lady Accelerated Our Early Retirement

A few years after Mr. Grumby and I launched our super turbo savings plan we met Dee Williams, the Tiny House Lady that accelerated our early retirement. We went to see the brilliant film Tiny: a story about living small and Dee was on the discussion panel that followed. The audience energy was palpable and our imaginations took flight with ideas of… Read more →

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