You’ll often hear people claim that they have never felt deprivation on the journey to financial independence (FI). Especially from those aiming for financial independence, retire early (FIRE) because the extreme versions of it are what is more often portrayed by the media. I myself have often written about our continuous efforts to enjoy the… Continue reading Keeping deprivation away on the Journey to FI
Ever find yourself with a great plan to pay down debt or increase your savings but after a good couple of weeks of making progress, your old habits kick in and you start sabotaging yourself? Pursuing any financial goals requires good money habits and the discipline to keep up with these consistently through time. Even… Continue reading Simple ways to stick to good money habits
Let me interrupt the regular schedule on this blog for a very special congratulations to my friend Purple from A Purple Life on her last day of work! This impressive lady has accumulated over 500K in networth in just about 9 years and took the courageous move of quitting her job and declaring herself FIREd… Continue reading Congrats Purple who reached FIRE at 30!
I’ve often written about how I try to make the best of the journey to financial independence by integrating my core values and related activities in my present. While all of this sounds lovely and wise, in practice it can get really challenging and even more so when it comes to planning the transition to… Continue reading The Challenge of Planning the Transition to FI
September always feels like a great time to double down on my yearly goals. That back-to-school feeling combined with the fact that there is still a quarter of the year to make things happen seems to give me some extra motivation to make the most of this time. This year is a little different though.… Continue reading Yearly Savings Tracker – September Update