For me, the best investment strategy for getting rich is the most reliable, reproducible path.
Now that we’re already halfway through the year, it’s time for another budget review to see how well I flexed my frugality in the first 6 months of 2020.
In some ways I feel like this experience has given me a small taste of the daily freedom I imagine comes along with early retirement.
If procrastinators across the globe had a universal anthem, it would likely be “I’ll do it tomorrow.” But for those who are delaying getting their financial lives in order, you simply cannot afford to wait.
It’s been over 7 months since I’ve written anything on this blog. For a variety of reasons I’ve decided to recommit myself to this project.
It’s no secret that long commutes suck, especially in the car. Perhaps the worst aspect is that it’s a waste of your free time and a waste of your money.
Financial independence in a nutshell is a pretty simple concept. I believe that I can retire by age 40 with one million dollars, and it will cover my expenses for the rest of my life.
A few years in, my first budget is now an inaccurate disaster. I’m taking a second look and devising a new method to help me develop a better budget.
I’ve played around with the idea of starting this blog for a few years. A quick look at any search engine reveals that there must be hundreds, if not thousands of personal finance blogs out there.