Net Worth Update (March 2021) – S$297,876


Written by Liz

Just your regular 27-year-old, queer, super-introverted, FIRE-chasing, frugal Singaporean, who lives a pretty good life while earning only a modest salary, but still plans to retire at age 40 with $1,000,000. Click here to read more

May 11, 2021

Hi! Welcome back to another month-end net worth and life update.

Every month, I track my net worth progress towards my $1,000,000 retirement nest egg, which is how much I need to retire early. Let’s find out how March 2021 went.

This month, I kept getting conjunctivitis (4 infections in 4 weeks), so I spent a LOT of my time cleaning out my room as much as possible. I threw most of my precious DVDs away, and started selling my books. I think most of the dust was generated from all the outdoor gear (for my niche site) in my room, unfortunately. Hopefully going forward, this won’t keep happening because it’s very emotionally stressful and very time-consuming, not to mention pricey.

Apart from my health issues (which took up a lot of time), not a lot happened this month. I finally got to try Sushiro:

And I went back to Tsuta to have the Mala ramen. Awesome as always.
And now, let’s get into the financial aspect of things. A few things to note, as usual:

– I track my net worth in Singapore Dollars (S$).
– But I also include a conversion to U.S. dollars (US$) in my net worth update.
– At the time of writing, the exchange rate is S$1 to US$0.746.

Without further ado, here are all the numbers.

What’s my net worth?
Net WorthAs at 28 February 2021As at 31 March 2021Gain / Loss
Brokerage (SG)S$144,423S$152,535(+S$8,112)
Brokerage (International)S$47,760S$48,993(+S$1,233)
As at 28 February 2021, my net worth was S$287,258, or US$213,433.

As at 31 March 2021, my net worth was S$297,876, or US$222,215.

I wanted to save more money, but I bought a new iPhone 12 for the better camera, so poof went the majority of my part-time salary.

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What’s my asset allocation?
How was your financial progress for March 2021?

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