FIRE Journey and the Job

A recent post by Divnomics about her job switch got me thinking, how is the FIRE journey affecting my job? Vice versa it is quite good, the job is definitely helping the journey to FIRE! But the FIRE journey has really affected[…]

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731 Days Old

Today Cheesy Finance is 731 days old, or put simply, we are celebrating our 2 year blogiversary! Lots has happened in the last year(s) and it certainly has been an rewarding journey so far, but…. 731 Days Old What did[…]

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Thank You

Somewhat inspired by Mr. 1500 gratitude Friday, todays post is centered around “Thank You”. We have a lot to be grateful about, and it is time to express some of that gratitude. Life is Good Life is treating us very[…]

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The Gift Conundrum

The gift conundrum, it happens every year at least a dozen of times. Both for gifts received and gift to be given. Here is what we do, let us know how your system works! The Gift Conundrum Mr. CF celebrated[…]

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How the System Works

Mrs. CF and I watch a lot of documentaries. As a lazy person it’s a great way to learn new things and get exposed to different viewpoints on certain topics. We have been watching the documentary “Requiem for the American[…]

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The FIRE Barn

Meneer (Mr.) from the blog of www.meneerenmevrouw.com dropped me an email this weekend. He had read our 5-year plan and commented on the fun fact that he and the Mrs. had been considering some of the same ideas. What ideas[…]

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Blog Traffic Update

I’ve been trying to understand website traffic as various blog traffic reports show different numbers. The following post was rather enlightening to be honest: https://www.devonwebdesigners.com/2567/awstats-vs-webalizer-vs-google-analytics/ A short summary of this post: Webalizer is way over estimating your traffic – it measures[…]

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The 5-year plan

During our Holiday in Belgium, we had a fair number of discussions about what we want to do in the coming years. As mentioned before, we differ greatly in the way we think about the future. A compromise is essential[…]

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