Buy a Vanguard ETF and Chill? Not exactly In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Jonny from the Youtube channel Millennials with Money. Jonny is a British “pan-European” millennial currently living in Spain. He is a financial professional by day and as a side activity, he is helping millennials with their money through … More Pursuing Financial Independence as a Millennial in Europe with Jonny
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is! In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Sandy, from the Youtube Channel Mavutive Personal Finance & Lifestyle. Sandy is a fellow Belgian who is working on reaching Financial Independence and move to another country to live her dream life. she will share her plan and how … More How to Reach Financial Independence The Belgian Way with Sandy
Grow your dividend income, the European way! In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend European DGI, DGI stands for Dividend Growth Investment. Mr. European DGI is passionate about dividend investing and he shares his European perspective on the matter on his blog and podcast. The dividend growth investment strategy is his chosen path … More How to Reach Financial Independence Through Dividend Stock Investing with European DGI
How to Leverage Your Financial Habits in a 9-5 Career Path In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Chris, from Saturday Financial. A popular topic on many blogs and podcasts (and here as well) are the stories of how people quit their jobs to become entrepreneurs or even retire in some cases. Now, … More How to Make The Best Out of Your Career and Thrive in your 9-5 Job with Chris
How To Quit Your Job and Travel The World In today’s episode, we will speak to my new friend Mr. Nomad Numbers from the website Nomad Numbers. Mr. Nomad Numbers (French) and his wife Mrs. Nomad Numbers (US) are world travelers who left their corporate jobs in 2018 to pursue their new lifestyle of slow … More An Introduction to Slow Traveling with Mr. Nomad Numbers
Can You Become FI After 40? In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Ben from FI after 40. We connected through Twitter, I read some of his blog posts and listened to some of his podcast episodes and I thought he had a compelling story to tell. Ben discovered the FI (Financial Independence) … More Is It Too Late to Turn Your Financial Life Around in Your 40s? with Ben
Can You Become FI in Belgium? In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Sébastien Aguilar, he is the community builder behind simplyFI.org, Impactivated, and FIREBelgium. Sébastien is our first Belgian guest and he is coming with quite the story: He went from being broke even borrowing money from his younger brother to become … More The Simple Path to Financial Independence with Sébastien
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Andrew Kerr from The House Hacking Podcast. Andrew will share his story with us and give us an introduction to House Hacking: What House hacking means, how it can help you achieve your financial goals, how you can start today regardless of your location and the underlying principles.
This episode is you if you are looking at ways to reduce your housing costs and are willing to make alternative choices.
… More How to Reduce your Housing Costs? An Introduction to House Hacking with Andrew
Today we have the pleasure to have Wendy from Wanderlust Wendy. She tells her story of how she has moved from a traditional career path with high-paying job to a pursue more meaningful ventures and be more happy in general. And yes that involves slowing down her path to Financial Indepence. … More How Wendy chose happiness over a high paid career and slowed down her path to FI
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Doug Nordman (AKA “Nords”) and his daughter Carol Pittner.
Both of them have had military careers as navy officers (Carol is a reservist at the moment) and Doug has been retired since 2002 at age 41! Carol is currently in her late 20s and already rapidly approaching financial independence as well.
We will discuss what it feels like to be retired at a young age, how Doug worked his way towards Financial Independence before the FIRE movement was a thing. We will exchange both interesting and fun anecdotes with Carol on how it was to grow up in a money-savvy environment. Topics will include frugality, Financial Independence, financial literacy throughout childhood, investing in the stocks markets through various recessions,…so all in all a lot of valuable information brought to you in an easy to understand conversation. Even though I do not have kids myself I really like the topic of teaching kids about money, because childhood to me is where your core beliefs and thoughts about money (and other topics) will be shaped. So it all starts from there. … More What early retirement feels like and how to make your kids money savvy with Doug and Carol