Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Spring Break Vacation

We haven't done it much the last few years because it's tough with two little ones, and we've been concentrating on wealth building, but we decided to take the kids on a small trip during their Spring Break.

In an effort to spend quality time with the kids, and fully enjoy our little get away, I'll be taking a few days away from blogging. In fact, this post is a few days late as we are already at our destination (photo attached).

When we get back online, I'll have a new net worth to report. Overall, it's been a good quarter...can't wait to publish the results! šŸ˜€


8 comments:

  1. AFFJ,
    Wow! Great view, reminds me of Big Bear Lake on a summer.

    Have fun with the whole family! :)

    FFF

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    1. Thanks...it was a much needed vacation. I've come back with a bit more energy and drive so look out world! :)

      As for the picture, it wasn't Big Bear Lake on a summer but it was only 40 minutes away. We actually visited Lake Arrowhead, CA. :)

      AFFJ

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  2. Looks like a great place to enjoy your time off. Have fun with the whole family.

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    1. Thanks Tawcan...it was fun and believe it or not a bit relaxing. But glad to be back and put forth even greater effort towards FI!

      Thanks for the kind words. AFFJ

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  3. Wow...looks like an amazing vacation spot. Have a great time with the family!

    R2R

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    1. It was scenic R2R...we got to do a little hiking and let me say that the scenery was awesome. It's interesting how we sometimes take for granted what we have in our very own back yard...Nature is wonderful!

      AFFJ

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  4. Hi AFFJ,

    Have a great time on your well-deserved vacation and enjoy the time with your family.
    Your investments will be working hard while you're relaxing too!

    Best wishes,
    -DL

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    1. Thank you Dividend Life. It was great to get away...and you are right, while away, we received over $100 in dividends from just two companies. Woohoo! AFFJ

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