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ESI Scale Interview #2 (Guest Post on the ESI Money Blog!)

Last week, I had the honor of being interviewed in a new series on the ESI Money blog.  The interview series features people who are working the “ESI Scale”.  The ESI Money blog has a longstanding interview series with millionaires and is now interviewing people on their way to a million. Link:  Mrs. Adventure Rich ESI Scale Interview #2 ESI… …

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And Then There Was One… Income (Part 3: The “Non-Plan”)

The Adventure Rich family recently had the privilege to choose to shift to one income, allowing Mr. Adventure Rich to quit his job.  If you are just joining in, you can catch up on the story here: And Then There Was One… Income (Part 1: Quitting) And Then There Was One… Income (Part 2: Privilege and Opportunity) And …

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And Then There Was One… Income (Part 2: Privilege and Opportunity)

I must admit, Mr. Adventure Rich and I are overwhelmed by the support, comments and excitement shared by the Adventure Rich readers and the personal finance community.  I know it is a big deal to quit a job and drop an income, but I am blown away and grateful nonetheless.  Thank you. Today, I am brining you …

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And Then There Was One… Income (Part 1: Quitting)

Remember when I posted a tease about an upcoming announcement?  I noted something like the following in reference to the picture above: “My dad gave us a congratulatory gift of Stormcloud Brew. Why? Well… that’s a surprise… for now. 😏 #bignewscoming” Well, here you go…  (drum roll please!) The Adventure Rich family is officially a one income …

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Net Worth Update – January 2018: $323,563 (+$9,292)

Happy New Year, everyone!  I hope you all had an enjoyable and relaxing Holiday Season with friends, family, and loved ones. Mr. Adventure Rich and I are thoroughly enjoying the adventure of creating our own family traditions throughout the holidays, incorporating elements from our each of our families and starting new traditions with AR Jr. …

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17 Articles from the 2017 Personal Finance Blogosphere Worth Reading Again

Over the past year, I have read (err, skimmed at times?) thousands of personal finance articles (thank you, Rockstar Feed!).  There are so many amazing writers producing poignant content each and every day.  It is beautiful. As 2017 is coming to a close, I have been thinking back to some of the “highlight” posts from other …

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Life As a Female Breadwinner (Guest Post on Millennial Boss)

Hello!  I hope you are having a wonderful “week before Christmas” and Holiday season.  We are enjoying our newly minted winter wonderland yard and relocating all of our necessary hats, gloves, boots, coats and other cold weather wear. On Saturday, December 16th, a guest post I wrote appeared over on Millennial Boss.  J kindly welcomed my …

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Using the Amazon Prime Credit Card Rewards for Christmas Presents

Last year, we experienced a flurry of Christmas shopping for our neices and nephews on Amazon.  As Amazon Prime members with disparate locations across the country, we found that creating Amazon Wish Lists was a convenient and expedient way to share gift lists with our relatives.  Once we created ours, many of our relatives created their …

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