Here’s how questioning the obvious can speed your path to FI as well as providing much-needed variety to keep things interesting.
There is real joy in taking the wheel for big life choices – even if they turn out to be wrong.
In the final post in the series, we’ll discuss how to MAKE a BLD, and determine whether I should move to NY from SF (spoiler: I did)
In Part 3, we’ll take a look at how to test the scenarios you’ve come up with and set yourself and others up to play devil’s advocate.
In Part 2, we’ll discuss how to build decision maps to broaden our understanding of the short-and-long-term impact of our decisions
Some choices change your life, yet most never learn how to make them well. Here’s the decision-making primer you didn’t get in school.
I propose we take a longer-term view of the popular “profitable leisure time” concept.
In 1922, Sinclair Lewis wrote a chilling cautionary tale for those pursuing FI. Here are three key things he wanted you to remember.
In this wide-ranging interview, APL discusses how to deal with impatience on the path to FI and the small change that saved her over $3400
30-somethings are increasingly reliant on their parents for support. Here’s how to build a huge margin of safety before you get to your 30s.
This week’s wrap features excellent articles from A Purple Life, Savvy History, and features music from Now, Now
Music has been an obsession of mine for as long as I can remember. Here’s how to prioritize your budget to fund YOUR obsession.
Managing a deeply held desire that just doesn’t make financial sense requires you to re-evaluate everything you know bone-deep.
The latest roundup of amazing articles from around the FI community to start your week
Many in the FI community have overcome long odds to pursue financial freedom. Embracing the underdog role can get you there faster.
The diminishing marginal utility of income is heavily discussed in FI. Applying the same idea to saving can make you happier.
Here are the best things I dug up from across the internet this week, including beautiful music by Phoebe Bridgers
Life is long, but we waste a lot of it. Avoid these four common habits to reclaim months of your time every year.
How I managed to save more than 40% of my income living in three of the most expensive cities in the world.
The next time jealousy rears its ugly head, destroy it with these four simple questions. The unpleasant feeling won’t last long.
When asked, I say I don’t have any money-saving tips. Truthfully, there is one: make saving money a part of your identity
What one tiny old book taught me about intentional living, compounding gains, and the pursuit of financial independence.
For some of us, January is bonus season. It’s the largest chunk of money we’re handed all year – so how do we make the best use of it?
Your morning routine is the difference between being broke and retiring early. Here’s how to make yours work for you.
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