Do you ever wonder about whether there's an alternative to working in our 'best' years and only retiring later in life? One alternative that is thrown around is mini-retirements. The general idea is that you should consider whether you want to 1) save, save, save and then stop working or 2) save, … Read More about Why you should think about financial independence and mini-retirements
Paying off debt can feel like a war with many battles. Sometimes when you just move each battle (read: each line of debt) a little bit, it can feel like no progress was made (even though it's quite the opposite). Two strategies that you can use against debt that feel more strategic are the Debt … Read More about How to Pay Off Debt (Debt Snowball vs Debt Avalanche)
Continuing my mini-series of introducing various content from creators that I've started paying attention to, here's a fun one. Graham Stephan has gotten where he is by getting into real estate and more recently creating YouTube content related to basically whatever fancies him at the moment … Read More about “Why I won’t retire” by Graham Stephan
I'm continuing my initial posts by going through some random content that I've noticed over the past year that provide some gems in the personal financial world. Dave Ramsey, although I think he's wrong in certain areas, is a drill sargent for those who need to get out of debt. If you're feeling … Read More about The Secret to NOT being BROKE!
In addition to building up the core content available up in the main menu, I'm going to be posting various articles with the theme mostly being around financial Independence (FI). FI is a fairly cloudy topic and can change depending on what your goals are, so I'm going to cover content from many … Read More about 10 Levels of Financial Independence
Hey all! We're (well, I'm) busy getting the website up and running. I've got a couple more things to do before I start adding content regularly, but wanted to get *something* out there. Until next time! … Read More about Hello world!