Today I’ve got another awesome interview with a woman seeking financial independence – Ms. ZiYou. She’s from England, my age (37) and works in tech (like me!). She’s got big plans and big dreams, and is well on the way to making it happen. Lets get to know her! Tell us about yourself! Hello everyone, […]
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It’s a criticism you often see online, especially when the story of someone reaching financial freedom at an early age hits the mainstream media. “That’s nice,” they sneer, “but I don’t make a high income. This persons advice doesn’t help me!” There are also many discussions about how financial freedom isn’t possible for the low […]
Welcome to another awesome entry in my series of women seeking financial independence and either retiring early, or making retirement elective. Today I’m excited to feature my friend Angela from Tread Lightly, Retire Early. She and I were both married young (21 for both of us), and she’s also a mom – although we do […]
Yes, I know people who feel pinched on their six figure incomes. Your income matters less to wealth building than the gap between your income and expenses. I’ve had conversations with people who “just can’t” put aside the six percent they would need to get the full match in their 401k. Those that talk about […]
Driving home from work today, I was thinking about the importance of sharing diverse financial stories with the world. Today I’m going to talk about why I think it’s important, despite the fact that some people feel it’s not (or are even annoyed by the subject), and share a bit more about the passion behind […]