With Michelle from Frugality and Freedom, learn how she’s coasting to FI through intentional semi-retirement
The second interview of the slowing down to FI series, Josh Overmyer discusses why he quit his side hustle.
Featuring Wanderlust Wendy, this is the first interview in our #SlowingdowntoFI interview series.
Through the pursuit of financial freedom, I can envision my ideal life and make it happen. Creating a FI bucket list is one way to do that.
Why you are too busy and what you can do about it.
In the last 6 months, I’ve gone from being unable to work because of severe anxiety to thriving. Here’s how I made it through.
I’ve stuck with jobs too long. After my most recent depressive episode, I’ve learned the warning signs that you should walk (or run) away.
I used to spend money without even thinking about it. When I was introduced to FI, I learned these 2 mental hacks that changed everything.
City Frugal’s first interview in a series on how to reach FI in a big city. Featuring The Fioneers.
Many people dream of working toward a cause after they reach FI. My question is: Why wait?
We believe that you should spend your money on things you value, but our friend spending was out of hand. We needed to be more intentional.
It took me a long time to decide to pursue FI. I knew how to achieve it, but I wasn’t yet motivated to take the plunge.
We can retire before 40 by increasing our income, decreasing our expenses, and optimizing wealth accumulation strategies
My unexamined beliefs about money were holding me back. My paradigm has shifted to one of abundance and purpose.
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