I have been interested in FIRE (financial independence, retire early) since before it was called FIRE. And it breaks my heart to hear people say that they think the movement isn’t for them, and it’s only for white male software engineers. Or only for those that earn a high income. I’ve been pursuing FI for […]
women on FIRE
It’s time to talk about money in your 30’s. Today I have a special interview with My Early Retirement Journey, a single woman in her 30’s talking about her money and her journey to financial freedom. She has some questions for you on how to figure out what you want to do after you’re financially independent – and do you know anyone seeking student loan forgiveness? Stop on in, read more, and help her out!
Today I’ve got another great Women on FIRE interview to share with all of you. Catherine reached out after seeing my interview with Angela from Tread Lightly, Retire Early, and I’m glad she did! She had a breadwinning mom (the way into my heart!) and just recently started off on her personal FIRE journey. Catherine has […]
She’s a single woman living in Atlanta, working toward financial freedom in her 50’s after getting a later start. I love getting to feature so many different stories here on the site, and as you read, you’ll see that Jenny hasn’t had the easiest time in life. But she hasn’t let life circumstances get her down – she keeps pursuing financial freedom in the way that she wants to.
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, […]
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 […]