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How I Live on $1,500/mo in NYC

How one New Yorker lives on just $1,500 per month.

Visualizing the Amount You Should Save in Every State for an Early Retirement

This map shows how much you should save in each state to achieve an early retirement.

What happens if you apply the Konmari method to your financial life?

Applying decluttering principles to your life could have a huge impact on your finances.

On Becoming ‘Mostly’ Mustachian

The story of how one family has become “mostly” Mustachian in their financial ways.

I Got Let Go From My Job But I Had A Good Run

How a side hustle teaching job made one man $103,737 richer over the course of 17 years.

How Do I Prepare for a Recession?

There are lots of things you can do to make yourself more prepared for a recession. Let’s go through them.

“I traded a few pseudo luxuries, like name brand clothing, for the ultimate luxury. We have enough passive income to cover our bills.”

Jillian from Montana Money Adventures shares how her family went from $55,000 in debt to financial independence.

Living on $10,000 a Year: Attempt #2

Richard shares how his attempt went to live on $10,000 a year in Southeast Asia in 2018.

We lived out our fantasy to flip a house. We will never do it again.

One couple shares their honest story of flipping a house.

Absolute Success is Luck. Relative Success is Hard Work.

Exploring the nature of luck vs. hard work.

Enjoy the Journey

Spending money on the way to F.I. is not always a bad thing.

Visualizing the Most Common Occupations in Single-Income Households

Here’s a neat analysis on what occupations are most common among single-income households.

Is $1 Million Actually Enough to Retire at Age 35?

Recently Mr. Money Mustache argued that an individual could comfortably retire on $1 million, but does data support this claim?