Early FI is all about spending more time with loved ones. At least, for a lot of people (such as myself), that’s a prime motivator that we keep in the back of our mind that helps us get through the grind of a workday/workweek/workyear. Of course, it’s one of those things that’s easier said than done, because to actually
Here are 10 reasons why tiny homes rock, to carry on with
When it comes to planning for early FI, a most important decision that we will have to address is what to do with the ol’ housing situation: Big house or big city?
Sure, the above question is attempting to paint things with a broad brush. Most likely, though, at one end of the spectrum you’ll have the
Happy New Year 2020!
As we enter a fresh new decade, I think the beginning of the year is both a fantastic time for some reflection, and even more importantly, the opportunity for us to
One of my primary goals on this blog (especially moving forward from here) will be to share a lot of the insights that I’ve learned over the years. As someone who has been a part of and experienced a number of market cycles, I feel like I’ve observed a lot of things over the last decade or so.
With that said, one thing that I certainly don’t regret now (and probably no one else ever does) was being cognizant of my
If money was no object, it really wouldn’t matter too much if someone aspired to have all the nice things and trappings in the world; the sky’s the limit and anything is possible! However, outside of the top 1% or 0.1% of people on the planet, for most regular folks out there, we gotta