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Pretirement fun for the week of July 15

Stories of financial independence, saving money and early retirement

pretirement_livingPretirement fun had to take a few weeks off as I was too busy to put a post together. Lame! We’re back with some great posts that are definitely worth your time.

Here is some of the best Pretirement Fun I read recently:

Hope everyone has a great weekend!

Pretirement fun for the week of June 17

Stories of financial independence, saving money and early retirement

pretirement_livingI had one of my busiest weeks ever last week so I didn’t get to do as much reading as I like. Fortunately there were still a lot of really great posts worth sharing! Here’s hoping next week is back to normal!

Here is some of the best Pretirement Fun I read last week:

Hope everyone has a great weekend!

Pretirement fun from last week

Stories of financial independence, saving money and early retirement

pretirement_livingWow, that was an insanely busy and even crazy week! Today we’re heading up North to pick up our 1/4 pasture-raised cow that should keep us beefed-up for another year. Tomorrow is my first Father’s Day. (Never thought I’d be saying that!) What’s everyone else got going on this weekend?

Here is some of the best Pretirement Fun I read last week:

Have a great weekend, everyone!

Pretirement fun from last week

Stories of financial independence, saving money and early retirement

pretirement_livingTaking a cue from so many of my fellow personal finance bloggers, I wanted to start sharing some of my favorite readings from the last week. I’m calling the series Pretirement Fun!

Living the life of a semi-pretired stay-at-home dad keeps me pretty busy so I can’t guarantee I’ll be able to produce a summary each week, but I’ll do my best. Hope you enjoy!

Here are a few of my favorite things I read in the past week:

  • Mr. 1500 from 1500 Days wrote a delightful rant about one of the crappiest unnecessary spending items he’s found lately.
  • The always delightful Holly from ClubThrifty talked about the savings she’s seeing now that she works from home
  • Tim Stobbs at Canadian Dream Free at 45, laid out an interesting thought experiment: Could you retire today?
  • The point of pretirement is to live a happier, more stress-free life. That’s why I love that Tony talked about How to Reduce Financial Stress. Very smart piece!
  • Joe Udo at Retire by 40 produced a rare rant on stupid spending. You’ll be amazed just how stupid.

Hope everyone is having a great weekend!

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