Consumerism is Ruining Your Life:

Welcome back to Ease Your Financial Payne! 🙂 My husband and I have been going through some major mindset changes about how we view life, and one of the biggest is how we view having stuff, and how much “stuff” we purchase or, consume. This shift in values has been growing in our subconscious forContinue reading “Consumerism is Ruining Your Life:”

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”

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:”

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:”

June 2020 Financial Update:

Hello all, hope you are all doing well considering the current state of our world. Here is our June 2020 Financial Update: Our Goal Financial Independence Numbers: $900,000 Invested to cover beyond our Living Expenses. $150,000 In Savings for Market Crashes or Emergencies. An HSA we are Maxing out every year while working for MedicalContinue reading “June 2020 Financial Update:”

May 2020 Financial Update:

Welcome to the first Official Financial Update Blog Post. To start, as someone who lives in Minnesota, I cannot ignore the obvious injustices that are happening in the U.S. right now. I am not going to go in depth because this is a finance blog, but I have been extremely active in expressing my opinionContinue reading “May 2020 Financial Update:”