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FI Program Step 2 – Tracking Your Life Energy

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Inhale that Lemongrass essential oil from the diffuser and get calm because this step might make you go crazy. Your Money or Your Life states, “Money is something you trade the hours of your life for.” I’ve never looked at it this way and yet it makes so much sense. There’s also two parts to Step 2 and Miss Vicki states…

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It’s Understood

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No ifs, ands or buts. This day has come. The charming snow of Jack Frost has come and gone. We love DreamWorks Animation’s Rise of the Guardians! All that’s left to do is to make the most of it by snowboarding of course! I like to try new things, and since moving to Colorado from Hawaii a year and a half…

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Am I Really Going to Divulge This? Frick… Embarrassment and Awkwardness are Creeping Up

Dear Sweetie let's become debt free by 2020

It’s STILL Step One and I am already not wanting to continue. Besides, reading over the whole chapter again and I have found no areas to where I should count my retirement savings. It’s NOT liquid, nor is it fixed. So, I’m really deciding whether to even giving away the rest of my asset information. I’m starting to visualize all the…

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You Know What’s High-Priced? Fixed Assets!

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Fixed Assets!! Your Money or Your Life states, “In listing these, start with the obvious: the market value of your major possessions – for example, your house, your car(s)… Go through your attic, basement, garage, and storage shed. Itemize everything worth more than a dollar, without subjective evaluations like “That’s worthless.”” Hook me up with an inventory person because I must…

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Fishy Fishy. Fishing Around for Liquid Assets

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Someone went fishing around for information. I’m sure you can only guess. Under normal conditions, money isn’t something I’m very eager to divulge to anybody. I keep it as a secret to my family and friends, so strangers don’t have to know. You can relate, right? Thus, since I started this site a short while ago, I found myself just having…

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What have you got to show for it?

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Step 1 of the FI Program has 2 parts to it. The first is finding out how much I’ve earned in my lifetime. The second is what have I got to show for all that money earned? In other words, I also have to find out my net worth… ‘by creating a balance sheet of assets and liabilities’! ‘For the years…

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The Launch Procedure – Step 1, Part 1

My very first paycheck came from Hawaii Job Corps. I started shortly after turning 18 which gives me August and then I ‘graduated’ January. So that’s 6 months, and in that time, I earned a gross of $50 every 2 weeks so that’s total earnings of $600. I had to phone a friend because I had forgotten how often we got…

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Readying for Step 1 of the Program – Checklist

2019 Agenda Calendar

Right, something like this because this is URGENT! After all, a little bit of excavation will pay off (I hope.) I figure I can work on step 1 slowly, year by year. My best source to help with this would be my tax forms. Unfortunately, though, I only have a few years back of it like the required seven that I’m…

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