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
Review of Ramit Sethi´s book “I Will Teach You To Be Rich” … More The book I wish I´d read in my 20s
Amigos! Let me reveal the one lifehack that will finally answer these 2 questions : Can I afford to buy my latte everyday on my way to work? (or how can I balance today and tomorrow’s little pleasures?) How do I start building wealth? The funny story is that I have used this financial “strategy” … More The one financial lifehack you need to start applying today
What’s up friends? It is that time of the year again! Are you excited to go loose on the Black Friday sales? Finally you get to buy that new TV, smartphone, handbag, pile of books for this winter,…or maybe you are tired of seeing and hearing Black Friday advertisements everywhere. Anyway, 2 more days and … More 8 tips for making the most out of Black Friday sales
Learn about the millionaire next door and how they accumulated riches! … More Who are the real millionaires next door?
Friends, Back in 2006, when I was a last year´s student at uni (Msc in Business Engineering) and my classmates and I were getting closer to the diploma ceremony, some fellow student sent us the story of the Mexican Fisherman and the Banker. By that time many of us (including myself) had already secured our first jobs … More The Parable of the Mexican Fisherman and the Banker