I’m ready for FIRE, aka Financial Independence / Retire Early…. Well, I think I am. I know I’m financially ready. I’ve reduced my expenses down to a reasonable level at less than $15,000 per year. I have no dependents and no debt, including no mortgage on the house I own and have lived in for over 15
I feel that most of our life we are rushing to get things done. Deadlines are abundant in our lives… and never ending. When we finish one thing, something else inevitably pops up that needs to get done. We have a desire to get as much done as possible without taking time to truly experience
If you are young or just starting out on your financial education journey, I’ve compiled a few financial tips for college grads & newbies that will help you save wisely, spend smarter, and learn to live your best life without sacrificing your financial freedom. The key is to start saving as early as you can!
The holidays can be fun and enjoyable, but they can also be difficult and stressful. The experience is different for everyone. The expectation is that everyone should enjoy the holidays. Anywhere you go people are asking what you are doing for the holidays. The most common answer of course is getting together with family and