Nicola over at The Frugal Cottage looks at eco-friendly alternatives to products she and her familiy buy often – and their cost.
Route2FI interviews a fellow FIRE blogger: Tony is Spanish and lives in the UK, made a huge return with his diversified portfolio and aims to reach one million. Extensive interview!
A quick read and fun survey to determine how far along you are on your way to FI by Cashflow Cop.
February was a short month – and so was our blog post of the month. Two definitions, two scenarios to illustrate the case – and a question that many hardcore saving FIRE aficionados should ask themselves. It’s all about the difference between being cheap or being frugal that can sometimes be difficult. It’s not about missing out but having a fun and interesting life! Mr. Fox wrote “Cheap or frugal: Which are you?” on his blog frugalfoxes.com.
In addition to the question in the title, Route2FI also asks himself if the FI movement is obsessed with tracking net worth, earning more, saving more and therefore is a bit selfish?
Ever wondered what the 88 year old Buffet and 95 year old Munger might do in their “old days”? Find it out by reading Compound Your Freedom’s review of Buffet’s letter from a long term investor’s perspective, and a selection of top quotes within it.
At the end of his apprenticeship, how has Fu Mon Chu’s 20 year old son progressed with his savings? The plan was to save 50% of his income, which will be the basis for his way to FI.