In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Sharon Tseung from Digital Nomad Quest.
Sharon left her corporate job in marketing in 2016, traveled for 2 years, and came back to the Bay Area (the area around San Francisco) where she is back into a marketing position and continues to develop her website and various income streams (which she teaches on her website).
Sharon will guide us through the process of how she left her job, how she built income streams all while traveling and actually how she even managed to save money during those 2 years! Digital nomading may not be for everyone but building passive income streams to strengthen your financial future definitely is and Sharon will help us to get started! (Yaay!) … More How to Become a Digital Nomad and build passive income at the same time with Sharon
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Naza from Copenhagen (Denmark).
I met Naza through common friends when visiting them in Copenhagen on several occasions. We have been keeping in touch through Facebook over the years, she is a positive person and when I met her she seemed very happy and dedicated about her career. Just in November of this year, she posted on her Facebook profile that she would leave her corporate job and her happy life in the bustling Scandinavian capital to move to Asia to pursue her dreams of becoming a licensed yoga teacher, to teach English to underprivileged Thai children and open her yoga school in Bali! That was quite a surprise to me but I was very happy for her at the same time.
Naza will share her story and lessons with us on the show and even if you are not planning to change your life in such an extreme way, there are some great takeaways from the conversation for all of us! … More How Naza left her stable (but stressful) career and turned her life upside down completely to pursue her dreams in Asia
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Jacob from I Heart Budgets.
We met at Fincon 19 and he told me he was currently on a “mini-retirement” travelling in an RV (a large motorhome/camper van) with his wife and three kids through the US. He started this crazy plan in August of 2018 and while the plan was to travel 1 year they have extended their plans.
This episode is for you if you are keen on hearing about why someone with a well-paid job is “suddenly” making a drastic lifestyle change by moving to a more nomadic and minimalistic lifestyle. And more importantly how that can be achieved through budgeting and planning. This episode is also for you if you are new to budgeting and still wonder why it can be a fantastic starting point to achieve your goals. … More How Jacob quit his stressful six-figure job to move into an RV and embrace a minimalistic lifestyle
In today’s episode we have 2 guests on the show and explore 2 different approaches to reach FI (Financial Independence) : the fast lane with Miss Purple from A Purple Life and the slowFI way with Jessica. Which way is the one for you? … More All roads lead to FI (Financial Independence) with Jessica and Purple
Why I write about Personal Finance, why is managing your finances important? … More Why I write about Personal Finance
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?
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?
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