Monthly finance on 31st May 2018

Honestly, I don't want to do this post. There is nothing new to say, there isn't much happening either. I can rumble a post of probably 20,000 words about my personal state of frustrations; but that will be off-the-mark here. On personal finance front - the past month has been as uneventful as any. In-short... Continue Reading →

Month-end Financial Position as on 30th April 2018

Let me start this post by saying, "Ms-Excel is the best innovation for us simple folks who love the objectivity, the analysis and control over a subject." So thank you Ms-Excel. Thank you Bill Gates!   Think of someone in 1995; 30-32 year old bloke and aiming for a similar control and documentation of his... Continue Reading →

F.I.R.E.

The very reason why this blog, this vent-out space came into being is a "fire in a belly" or a man possessed. Confused? Read on... I think I have had a reasonable financial upbringing. My father rose from the bottom-of-the-rung to the very top (i.e. poor to an HNI) and my parents knowingly/unknowingly fed a... Continue Reading →

Bucket List of Life

From the eyes of a 34-year old, who is sometimes happy, very introspective and often confused too. But my eureka-moment came when i realised that unless i have a bucket list, i may be living my life a bit like the chicken who doesnt know when it will be out on the butcher’s table and... Continue Reading →

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