A bat has thrown the world into a chaos that not many alive today have experienced before. A solid financial foundation will help us weather the storm. And now, more than ever, is the time for us to come together to help each other. #kindnessfightscovid
Struggling to spend sounds like such a #firstworldproblem.
And, yes, it is.
But it’s a real problem faced by many folks who would rather save, then spend.
When is enough, enough? When should you up the budget instead of continuing to cut? And how do you make sure you’re doing this on purpose – not just giving into lifestyle inflation?
Let’s take a closer look.
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, […]
Today I’ve got another story about an awesome, successful woman – Mrs. Smelling Freedom. She’s a successful international businesswoman from southern Europe working toward achieving financial freedom in the next 600 days. Lets hear more about her story! Tell us about yourself! Hi I am Mrs Smelling Freedom and I live in a Southern European […]
Welcome to another awesome entry in my series of women on FIRE – women seeking financial independence, and either early retirement or making retirement elective. Today I’m excited to have my friend Mrs. Kiwi from Kiwi and Keweenaw. I was really excited that she decided to do this interview, and has an awesome story to tell. […]
What does it mean to be an owner, and not a buyer? Here in the US, it seems as if the acquisition of “stuff” reins supreme. As does debt – $5,000 average credit card debt, $30,000 in car debt, $37,000 in student loans, personal loans, payday loans, and mortgages. Debt rules the day, often exceeding […]