Money in Bank Accounts

This week is the last week of September, which means three more months left to finish the goals I wanted to accomplish for the year. When I started early on in January, I knew I didn’t want to fill my plate with too many unnecessary projects. I deliberately chose the goals that I thought I could easily accomplish in a year. The biggest goal was … Continue reading Money in Bank Accounts

Moving the Needle

In the previous post, I talked about taking a big step toward financial independence by buying property. It took me years to actually build up the courage to jump on this idea. I have the capital already, it took me a while to become comfortable with spending all my hard-earned savings in one big move. Today, I took the first step by signing a contract … Continue reading Moving the Needle

Rental Properties

I’ve been a big fan of Paula Pant for a long time. I love her personality when I hear her on her podcast. Her approach to money resonates with me. As a woman and an immigrant, I feel like I have a connection with her. I’m glad that she’s a very strong representative of a financially successful immigrant woman of color. Her path to financial … Continue reading Rental Properties

Tiny Houses

Recently, I have been obsessed with tiny houses. I constantly watch videos on YouTube that take you on a tour inside these homes. Some of these homes are really tiny. Some houses are luxurious, with various additions that make you go, “Why do you have that big-ass refrigerator in such a tiny kitchen?!” Living in Japan, though, makes you realize that you are living in a … Continue reading Tiny Houses