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 […]
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I’m excited about today’s entry in my Women on FIRE series – Jillian from Montana Money Adventures is stopping by to tell her story. I met Jillian at FinCon, although of course I’d seen her around Twitter before that, and she’s an amazing woman. I can’t wait for you to read all about her journey […]
Financial Independence, making Retirement Elective – that’s what the Women on FIRE are all about. Today I’ve got another awesome interview with Beth – she works with a financial services firm, is seeking financial independence, and is an avid reader of all things personal finance (just like me!). I enjoyed getting to know more about […]
Women are seeking financial freedom around the world, and today I have an amazing interview with Peti from New Zealand. She’s a mom working toward financial freedom to change her family legacy, after some less fiscally prudent times.
Hi everyone – welcome back to my series on women seeking financial independence. Today I have an awesome interview with Financial Orchid – a millennial in the pacific northwest and daughter of first-generation immigrants. Like many children of immigrants, the values of hard work, thrift, and achievement were engraved on her from a young age. […]
Bucket Babe is seeking financial independence as a 50-something Gen Xer. She had a bit of a late, rough start – but she’s still continuing to charge on toward financial independence. Never give up!