I now know a lot of moms online who are seeking financial independence. How is it harder with kids in tow? Lets discuss.
Good morning all, and happy weekend! It’s the start of the Fourth of July weekend for those of my readers in the US, and I hope you have something fun planned. For my readers not in the US, the fourth of July is our independence day celebration, and you can learn more about it here. […]
Good morning all! Today’s post is a bit behind schedule – I was on a business trip the past week and didn’t get a chance to write. But don’t worry, today I have a great new book review for you! It’s a book called “End Financial Stress Now – Immediate Steps You Can Take to […]
It seems like many in the financial independence movement have the same goal – to quit their jobs and travel the world at 30 or 35. Now, there’s nothing wrong with that goal. If that’s what you’re working toward, I encourage you to follow your dreams and go for it. But I wanted to put […]
What’s the secret to something going viral? What causes “the latest thing” to go from early adopters into the mainstream? Why is it that back in 2008 almost no one had a smartphone, and today everyone has one? Malcolm Gladwell lets you in on the secret in “The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make […]
Doesn’t “optimizing your expenses” sound so much more fun and important than cutting your budget? I think so, and that’s the perspective I like to take on finding places to cut back on expenses. So far I’ve talked about making your plan to pay off non-deductible debt, protecting yourself and your family (both your personal […]