Tag: rent

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 →

Grumby 2017 Expenses: 13% Better vs. 2016!

Back in August my forecast for our 2017 expenses was that we would come in 10% below 2016. Well – we beat that forecast by 3%! No deprivation required. Just a cheerful commitment to being wise stewards of our resources, one of which happens to be money. Please join us in a little happy dance! Read more →

The Monthly Downsizer Special Edition: Our 2016 Expenses!

December is the Monthly Downsizer Special Edition, in which we reveal our 2016 Expenses! 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… Read more →

Deconstructing the American Dream

We are the Grumbys.  This is the story of how we began re-mapping our route to the American Dream by questioning commonly held beliefs about home ownership, possessions and priorities.   Owning a home is supposed to be the main route to the American Dream. Anything less, renting a house or apartment, for instance, is an indication of failure, malfeasance, communism… Read more →

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