For a preview of what the 5 things are, here's the TLDR; version: Stayed in hostels with up to 15 people per room(when traveling), saving an estimated total of $10kBought a used car and sold it for profit, netting $1k and 2 years of usage.Shared a 700-square-foot apartment with their partner. … Read More about I saved $300,000 by 26—and doing these 5 unusual things helped me save like crazy | CNBC
Here are some bullet points of the individuals this article mentions when talking about some people following some FIRE principles, focusing on lowering their spending. Daniel: Age 36, 270k income, works in NYC, lives in NJ, shabby apartment, cheap food, limited extras (e.g. no tv), sows his own … Read More about Inside the strange, secretive lives of rich millennial cheapskates | New York Post
For some reason, I'm seeing this show up in more and more articles: Stop buying that coffee, it will cost you early retirement! Keep buying that coffee, you need to enjoy life and it's worth it, don't let people bring you down! Here's some articles: Suze Orman: If you waste money on coffee, … Read More about Trending: To latte or not to latte?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrKAJ-06-Ys … Read More about What would you do with $163,800 per month? Here’s what Graham Stephan does.
Here's a pretty good article from Mad Fientist about the thinking required to maximize the path to financial independence. It suggests that you focus pretty heavily on building just the right budget so that the financial portfolio you have to build up doesn't need to be excessively large. When … Read More about Shortest Path to Financial Independence | Mad Fientist
Have you considered using an app to help you budget? Adam from Minafi tested two of the most popular apps and included his thoughts. Check them out here! These types of apps can be great to keep on top of things instead of logging into multiple accounts. … Read More about Mint vs YNAB – Which Budgeting App is Right For You? | Minafi