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Infographic: 2018 in review

I’ve brewing on this ever since December 2018. It needed another 2 months before I actually started on it, to finally finish it this week. My very first (of normally many) infographic is finally here!
It took longer than expected but I’m happy to show you my infographic on the incomplete year 2018. It’s an overview of my site’s first four months starting in September. It contains all the most noteworthy information. The info about my total wealth comes from my portfolio page as it was at the end of 2018. My Savings Rate (SR) obviously from my SR page. The site statistics are from (anonymized) Google Analytics and WordPress.

I hope you like it and of course, at the beginning of 2020, you can expect the first infographic of the entire year 2019.

A big thanks to Ilma S. from Freelancer.com who did a lot of the work for this infographic. Some images come from freepik.com.

Infographic FightToFIRE.com 2018
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I'm the owner and the main writer of FightToFIRE, a personal finance blog focussing on Financial Independence and Retiring Early. During the regular working hours, I'm a developer for a major financial institution in Belgium. During my off-hours, I write. do some weight lifting and other stuff to keep me healthy and fit.
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