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6 Lessons From The First 6 Months of Retirement

Fritz shares 6 lessons from his first 6 months of retirement.

Think Of Your Decline In Net Worth As A Loan

When your net worth declines, just think of it as giving a temporary loan to Mr. Mark E’tdecline…

Money is Not The Goal, Time Is

You can always find ways to make more money, but you’ll never get back the time you are trading for it.

How to Retire Happy with Lots of Money

The stories of early retirees living the good life, traveling the world and loaded with cash has warped our worldview.

Debt: A Love Story

One couple shares the brutal details of their life in the grip of an epic cycle of debt.

An Extra Helping of Gratitude Goes a Long Way

Expressing gratitude doesn’t usually include Black Friday shopping.

How I Track Investment Returns

A free investment returns tracking spreadsheet.

Earn Like a Boss, Spend Like an Intern

To grow the gap between your earnings and spending, earn like a boss and spend like an intern.

This is What you Take Home from a $100K Salary in America’s Biggest Cities

Here is what you actually take home from a $100k salary in the largest city in each state.

Investment Strategy: Chill for Best Results

In both good and bad markets, it’s important to chill for best results.

Wisdom from Years of Bike Commuting

“I’ve been commuting to work on a bike for a good 7+ years now”

The Surprising Power of The Long Game

It’s easy to underestimate the importance of investing in success every single day.

The Minimalist Wardrobe

When you have to carry all of your possessions with you in a backpack, you naturally adopt a minimalist wardrobe.

A Helpful Guide to Becoming Unbusy

Seven practical ways to become unbusy.

The Winning Ticket to Financial Freedom Isn’t a Game of Chance

Financial independence is all about personal empowerment. Stop hoping and start living!

Goals, Stoicism, and Net Worth

There are many similarities between stoicism and the pursuit of financial independence.

S&P 500 Stocks: Three Cents on the Dollar

“If a 3% drop brings about a queasy feeling, investing in stocks will be a horrendous experience for you”

Six Reasons Why You Should Live in an RV During Your 20’s

Here are six reasons why you should live in an RV during your 20’s.

It’s Okay to be Good and Not Great

“Success is finding happiness in your work and life, in the here and now”

My experience with the KonMari method (and the life-changing magic of tidying up)

Marie Kondo’s trick to decluttering: only own things that “spark joy” in your life

Twice-a-week Pursuits That Improve My Life

Here are 11 things I try do two times per week that add value to my life.

Visualizing the age breakdown of every occupation in the U.S.

In this visualization you can investigate the age breakdown of every U.S. occupation.

The First Investment Property of a 32-Year-Old World Traveler

An interview with a 32-year-old who recently bought his first investment property.

Who Benefits From a Market Correction?

Here are a few distinct groups of people who benefit from a market correction.