All tagged Financial Independence
I might as well cut to the chase. I loved this book! None of our lives are linear, we all have twists and turns along the way and everyone is on a different journey. For the author of this book, Scott Rieckens, one big fork in his road came when he stumbled upon the concept of FIRE while driving to work listening to a podcast.
If you have had an ‘ah ha’ moment, or maybe an ‘oh crap’ moment, then this blog post is definitely for you! This is for all of the people who have contacted me over the last month who have just had their own “moment” with money but are struggling with where to go from here. I’m going to help you find YOUR starting point so read on...
I received an email in August from a woman who finds herself moving on from a 20 year marriage. She is discovering the freedom of now going it alone, but the journey is certainly not an easy one.
I have recommended this book to a lot of people and everyone I recommend this book to loves it! And more importantly they act upon the advice inside the book. You need to add this book to your reading list.
I am constantly debating the question of “should we sell our perfectly suitable house that we really enjoy living in?” The reason for doing this would be to free up cash that I could invest that would then generate an income. I keep referring back to the numbers and talking it through with Jonny. I thought you might be interested in the numbers too.
Finding those who are “receptive to your message” is a very delicate task so over Easter maybe put yourself out on a limb and drop a few words like “index fund, net worth, spending less than I earn” into the conversation and watch closely for the response.
Being better with your dosh is all about education. You can sit down with your bank and they will educate you, that’s a surety, but is it the type of education you should be seeking out? So, this week I wanted to share with you a book I’ve been reading from a writer I have followed for a while.
Don't waste your hard earned dollars on crap presents. Put the credit card away and just go and spend time and be present with your friends and family instead.
I’m actually not in search of money, I’m instead searching for HAPPINESS. And despite the well worn phrase “money can’t buy you happiness”, I disagree. The two are interlinked and have a symbiotic relationship.