Collecting the best personal finance articles around the web.
Okay, all you non-penny pinchers. This post’s for you!
It was the biggest anchor in our FI journey. We finally decided to sell the home we love after making this list.
What’s lurking under the surface that could force a change in your life?
After accumulating five figures of student loan, car, and credit card debt, there were a few personal finance lessons that I learned.
Offering a service is a great way to make money, and this post highlights many of the best options.
Financial independence is not a certain amount of money saved or a specific point in time.
Rather it is a continuum.
House sitting jobs are a wonderful way to travel the world on a budget & experience different cultures in a way most tourists simply can’t.
Traveling as a digital nomad, remote worker, or long-term traveler means that hotels become your home & your office.
We couldn’t find maps of hotels broken down by their categories for award travel and point redemption, so we made our own!
Since we’re traveling frugally, we’re not walking into just any salon or barbershop. We’re always on the search for the best value.
The choices we made to live frugally are powered by the pursuit of personal growth, the love of travel, & a desire to achieve FI/RE.
We’ve enjoyed our fair share of $30-$50 flights around Europe and have learned a few lessons on saving money.
Updated for 2019, my Top 10 list of Most Provocative and Influential FIRE (financial independence, retire early) Blogs You Must Read
There are plenty of options for inexpensive lodging and accommodations. And it’s not limited to just hostels.
Want to travel while pursuing FI/RE?
Checkout our full review of the London Pass and read how it helped us save nearly $1,000 as a couple!
Want to travel while pursuing FI/RE ?
Save money in London by using the Explorer Pass, the The London Pass, or National Rail’s 2FOR1 deals.
Traveling doesn’t have to break the bank! See how you can save money on your food budget, whether you’re in a hotel, Airbnb, or house sit.
How to utilize the 80/20 rule in your daily life to make the most of your money (FI/RE), effort, and decisions.
Travel hacking at its finest!
Our out of pocket cost per ticket was under $60 all inclusive (taxes, fees and fuel surcharges).
Using less stuff has a multitude of ancillary benefits and there’s typically a butterfly effect.