Last month, I finally hit what I’ve been eyeing as a huge milestone in my path to FIRE. How am I doing compared to the plan I laid out two years ago?
Coin Hunt World is a geolocation game similar to Pokémon Go. In short, players gather keys to open vaults scattered around the map, and are then presented with a trivia question. Answering correctly will reward the player with free cryptocurrency.
In a rather uncharacteristic twist, I recently decided to spend about $4,000 on a custom engagement ring. Was this my least frugal purchase ever, or an acceptable indulgence?
In a big win for continuous data collection, I came back to the blog just in time to do my twice-annual spending review and financial health checkup!
My second unannounced hiatus from the blog has concluded, and over 5 months after my last activity here I’m dusting off the Frugal Flannel servers.
One thing is for sure, 2020 will be a memorable year! Now that we’re putting it in the rearview mirror, it’s time for my twice-annual spending review and financial health checkup!
I don’t believe in completely automating my finances. Paying regular attention to your money is the key to building a strong foundation on the path to FIRE. The good news is, taking care of my essential personal finance tasks only costs me 15 minutes per month.
Will the FOMO peddlers be right, that if you don’t buy now and get on the property ladder, you will be priced out of the housing market forever?
My 3D printer has saved me over $20 in the past couple weeks. This thing must be a money saving machine, right?
There’s evidence that shopping and spending money stimulates the dopamine reward pathways in our brains. So is there a way to hijack your brain’s circuitry and train yourself to love saving money instead?