Admit to yourself that it is overwhelming and refer back to “The Manual” In today’s episode, we will speak to my good friends Dragon Gal and Dragon Guy from the Dragons on FIRE. We recorded an episode 2 years ago (time flies!) as Dragon Guy was about to retire early from his career while Dragon … More Coping With Financial Stress And Mental Health During A Pandemic With The Dragons on FIRE
Working on Financial Independence in an HCOL City In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Mr. Wealthster from The Wealthster. We met on Twitter and I must say I enjoy his tweets. He is a London-based personal finance blogger and started his journey to Financial Independence 3 years ago. His journey to FI … More Is It Early Retirement Or A Career Change You Need? With The Wealthster
Another Way to Reach Financial Independence. In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Mathias from The Financial Independence Europe Podcast. I am a regular listener to his podcast and if you live in Europe, I highly recommend it to you as well. He was recently featured in a documentary on Financial Independence on … More Can You Really Reach Financial Independence in Europe? with Mathias
Bring Value To Yourself And To Your Life For The Long Term In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Steve from The Frugal Expat. Steve is a personal finance blogger I met through Twitter. It is only at the age of 30 that he started to get more interested in saving and investing. … More Live a Life of Value, An Introduction To The Frugal Lifestyle with Steve
“Who is Going to Care More About Your Money Than You?” In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Ilona from The Money Memories Podcast. Ilona’s cool podcast is about having her guests share their impactful money memories and reflect on them. We met through a personal finance Facebook group and after we chatted, … More Exploring Money Memories: From Bear to Bull with Ilona
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
When it comes to buying stuff whether I need it or if I simply want the thing, there is something I try to think about: How long will I keep it? How long can this item last? Can I keep it for life?
I am talking about things that I could potentially keep for decades and never have to buy again.
These once in a lifetime purchases will save time and money over the long haul! … More 10 Things You Will Only Need To Buy Once in Your Life
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
Have you ever backed away from bargaining at a flea market, thinking it would be too cheap? Or have you cut down on a decent waiter’s tip to save some dollars over dinner? To most people, both of them might look like examples of the same phenomena. However, the first scene shows a frugal personality, while the other one is downright cheap. We know what you’re thinking, how can someone possibly know when they’re crossing the line from being frugal to cheap? Although there is a fine line between the two, if you understand the concept, you’ll know what’s cheap and what’s not right away. To bring things into perspective, here are some differences between frugal and cheap to get you a clear picture. … More Frugal Vs Cheap – What is the Difference?
Pete McPherson from http://www.doyouevenblog.com shares his fascinating journey from spending time in college in various majors to his early career as a CPA in corporate America. We then go to the meat of the episode where we discuss his transition in details from his stable and well-paid job as CPA to starting Do You Even Blog? full time earning him $0.
If you are here because you are a fellow blogger/Podcaster/”Finconner” , you are in for a treat as well: This will be the perfect episode to learn how Do You Even Blog? came to fruition. … More How Pete left his well-paid corporate job to pursue his passion