Backpack Finance reminds us of the benefits of having options in various areas of life. You can have options without reaching FI, but being FI certainly helps.
Sonia has finally had enough of her job and decided it wasn’t worth being miserable for. Congratulations!
David’s wife is getting sick of all his new experiments and thinks he has too much time on his hands.
Playing with FIRE takes us through his thought processes when deciding what to do with his redundancy payout. (Spoiler alert: he considered blowing the whole lot on a nice car!)
Banker on FIRE looks ahead to how your attitudes and needs will most likely change as you get closer to reaching FI.
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David has realised that there are many ways of looking at pretty much every aspect of FIRE. Here’s the feedback he got from one of his readers on a recent post.
Cheesy gets sarcastic about why interviews with people about how they reached FI annoy him.
What did Banker on FIRE learn from his attempt at entrepreneurship in his mid-20s? And how has it helped him in his career as an employee?
In this episode, Alvar is interviewing Fergus on how to manage your family, life, and business during the recent Covid-19 times. Fergus is also the organizer of Fi Edinburgh meetup and has many great stories to share.