My friends, First and foremost I want to wish you the best in this new year for Your health Your wealth Love and relations Your career Your happiness Isn’t it frustrating how every year after a festive season we start the new year with the best of intentions and are fully motivated by our usual … More New year’s resolutions and how to achieve them in 2018
Credit cards : The gateway to hassle-free online purchases, plane tickets around the world, fancy hotel bookings and many more options. Credit cards, a world where plastic is fantastic,…or is it? This article will help you identify and avoid common mistakes with credit cards … More Common Credit Card Mistakes
Refinancing your mortgage may seem like a great option but have you considered all the pros and cons? … More Should you refinance your mortgage?
Why I write about Personal Finance, why is managing your finances important? … More Why I write about Personal Finance
Looking at saving money the lazy way? Here are 20 tips to stash cash effortlessly! … More 20 effortless ways to save money
Hey there friends, Just stumbled upon this article from Budgets are Sexy that I read enthusiastically. In short, J. Money, a long-time blogger, is comparing his life and finances of 2012 to those of 2019. I thought it provided good food for thought on where I was myself 7 years ago and where I am now, and … More What has your journey been since 2012?
Hello friends, If you read this previous post you now know that I have moved from Oslo (Norway) to Luxembourg last year to pursue my location-independent career. I had actually started to write about the whole adventure of finding a new job in a new country as I wanted to share my tips with anyone … More The journey to your dream job abroad
Guest Post by Ryan ScribnerThe 4-Hour Workweek is one of my top 3 reads in the self-development department. This simple book offers tremendous value and new perspectives on life (at least to me), entrepreneurship and time management. I first saw it displayed in a bookstore, but my initial thoughts were: “Yeah, probably one of those … More Book review: The 4-Hour Workweek
Over the years I have learned to appreciate the value of time more than the value of money. I am writing a whole blog about money, so money is absolutely important in my eyes: You need money for housing, basic necessities (clothing, food,…), having 3-6 months worth of expenses in the bank will give you … More How to figure out the value of your time?
Just finished reading this quick and very practical read last week, and despite the “scammy-sounding” title I still thought this one was worth sharing on the blog with you! Take a look at it, the title and the cover of the book are great eye-catchers, aren’t they? Who would not want to lie in this … More Book review: The Automatic Millionaire
During my short summer holidays in Estonia and Belgium, I caught up on my challenge of reading 18 books this year (I am still “behind schedule” but made good progress) and I happened to have read this fun and deeper-than-it-appears read. With the Amazon voucher Santa brought me last year, I picked this book. The title sounded fun, “go-against-the-grain” … More Book review: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck