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My journey towards financial independence by buying assets and being frugal

Stock Ideas #3

Posted on March 10th, 2016 | Comments: 2

It’s that time again where I post a few links to some recent articles that have stock purchasing ideas.  I usually do this whenever I’m getting ready to buy my next position since I like to start this process off by finding out what stocks other investors are adding to their own portfolios. On that note, I’m not saying you should follow these suggestions  — I’m just […]

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Totally Nuts: Why I’m Considering Living in a Camping Trailer

Posted on March 7th, 2016 | Comments: 3

When I first moved back home to Quebec last year, my original plan was to buy a house close to my parents. Houses are considerably cheaper here compared to houses back in Calgary (where I moved from) and I thought I’d take advantage of the lower prices to get out of the renting game. To […]

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Around the Web #4

Posted on March 3rd, 2016 | Comments: 0

“Around the Web” posts are all about sharing articles that I’ve read during the last couple of weeks which I found interesting enough to share with you. Although I try to keep these articles topical, I  don’t necessarily limit myself to posts about investing and frugal living.  It’s all about whatever strikes my fancy — so it’s possible some of […]

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Income & Expenses: February 2016

Posted on March 2nd, 2016 | Comments: 2

Intro February was a stellar month in terms of savings — I’m actually kind of surprised about it. Even with my amortized expenses from the previous year, I saved just under 50% of my monthly income. If I don’t include those expenses, my saving rate increases  to almost 60%.  The two biggest differences between this month and the […]

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Portfolio & Dividend Update: February 2016

Posted on February 29th, 2016 | Comments: 0

Hey there and welcome to my blog! Although I’ve been working on this site for a few months now, I only recently felt comfortable putting the word out… so it’s likely you’re new here. On that note, I obviously value any support and hope you find something interesting here – my goal, time permitting, is […]

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Book Review: Your Money or Your Life

Posted on February 22nd, 2016 | Comments: 0

Rating: 4/5 There’s a reason why I chose “Your Money or Your Life” by Vicki Robin for my first book review: it’s a staple in the financial independence movement, and if you haven’t already read it, you probably should. Is it perfect? Not exactly (more on that later). But there’s more going for it than […]

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Around the Web #3

Posted on February 18th, 2016 | Comments: 0

“Around the Web” posts are all about sharing articles that I’ve read in the last couple of weeks that I’ve found interesting and/or informative.  This latest instalment of “Around the Web” sorta jumps all over the place, from living full time in an RV to doing your taxes to ETFs. Hope you enjoy! 1.) Why You Should Live […]

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Recent Stock Purchases #4

Posted on February 8th, 2016 | Comments: 0

Here are some recent stocks I bought* for my portfolio — all part of my plan to one day become financially independent. 1.) 160 shares of pza.to (Pizza Pizza Royalty Corp) Pizza Pizza is a fast food restaurant chain in Canada that sells — well I’m sure you can figure it out on your own. That […]

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Stock Ideas #2

Posted on February 4th, 2016 | Comments: 0

It’s that time again where I post a few links to some recent articles that have stock purchasing ideas. I’m not saying you should follow these suggestions — I honestly wouldn’t follow my advice  — but they’re something to think about. I’m getting ready to buy my next position soon, so I’m starting to do a bit of research. Enjoy! In the […]

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Income & Expenses: January 2016

Posted on February 3rd, 2016 | Comments: 0

Where to begin? First of all, although I knew this was going to happen, January was a disappointing month as far as saving money goes! For the first time since creating this blog, I’ve been forced to post a negative monthly statement — yes, you read that right, last month I was in the hole. That having […]

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