I started this blog just over three years ago to chronicle the last leg of our journey and share our approach to Financial Independence. In 2019 our first child was born and life got busy. When I went back to work in late 2019 I stopped reading other personal finance blogs. We had another baby, … Read more
Where have the last three months gone? How is it July already? I feel like we are stuck in this Covid infinity loop with no end in sight. Anyway, it’s time for another Semi-Retirement update. I’ve broken the update up into three parts – a life update, a financial update and a quick blog update. … Read more
In 2018, Mark had an accident and almost died. He decided to change his life the next day. He re-evaluated his priorities and gave up his race to FIRE. Instead, he made the decision to semi-retire and focus on his health and happiness. Mark found the perfect work-life balance by starting his own business and … Read more
Welcome to our first quarterly update since we hit Flamingo FI! Going forward, we will post a life and financial update once a quarter instead of the monthly progress updates we published during our accumulation phase . I have recently written an in-depth article about our plan to coast from Flamingo FI to FIRE in … Read more
We reached Flamingo FI six months ago and are now officially semi-retired. In this post, I’ll talk about our plan to get to FI in the next 10-15 years while working part-time and without saving and investing another cent for retirement. The Race to Flamingo FI Here is a quick recap of our plan (you … Read more
It has been almost two months since we reached Flamingo FI and completed Project 1000. I would like to thank everyone for your messages and support, it really means a lot! As you might have noticed things have gone a bit on the quiet side on the blog. I am aware that some of you … Read more
Today I haves something special for you: An interview with a reader who was able to semi-retire in his 30s. Like many, he started off with a plan to retire early. But the closer he got to Financial Independence, his desire to stop working altogether disappeared. Instead, he decided to semi-retire and “coasted” his way to FI.