You don’t need a six-figure income to achieve Financial Independence

Hello and Welcome back to Ease Your Financial Payne. There are some major misconceptions that to achieve Financial Independence and/or Retire Early, you need have a household income of $100,000+ and no kids, but I am here to tell you that is totally false. Obviously, if you have a higher income is it easier, butContinue reading “You don’t need a six-figure income to achieve Financial Independence”

December 2020 Financial Update:

Happy New Year! Hope you all stayed safe & healthy while entering 2021 & celebrating (or not celebrating) all of the different holidays that happened in December. I’ve heard a lot of people actually preferred this year’s holiday season over the usual, because they didn’t need to go to lame office parties or see familyContinue reading “December 2020 Financial Update:”

November 2020 Financial Update:

Hello, hope everyone is doing well! It was just Thanksgiving weekend in the U.S. so it was a nice break from work, for a lot of us. I reconnected with a friend this month that I hadn’t talked to in quite a while and we have decided to start a podcast. I’m not going toContinue reading “November 2020 Financial Update:”

October 2020 Financial Update:

Hope you all had a safe and fun Halloween! (if you celebrate it) Also, Feliz dia de los Muertos hoy y ayer! I love October-December with all of the holidays. We kept our spending pretty low in October. We did update our bedroom this month by tearing out the carpet, getting a new light fixture,Continue reading “October 2020 Financial Update:”

September 2020 Financial Update:

Hello October! This is probably my favorite month. I love Autumn, the changing leaves, Halloween, and so many of my favorite people have Birthdays in this month! Today, I am sharing our September Financial Update. We have some major updates to our financial goals that I will be sharing in this post. We pretty muchContinue reading “September 2020 Financial Update:”

August 2020 Financial Update:

Hello! Hope you are all well. In our personal life, August has been kind of crazy, too much going on. I can’t wait until I’m “done” with my education so I can just focus on work and reconnecting with loved ones. At least this month we did not really spend a lot like we didContinue reading “August 2020 Financial Update:”