I recently became lean financial independent and during 2019 I will not be working, but traveling most of the time, living only of passive income. I have been in Brazil for 3 months at the start of the year and will later visit Riga and Tallinn during the summer to take a closer look at the crowdlending platforms that I invest with. In the fall I will visit Chang Mai, Thailand. Articles are mixed FIRE, saving, free stuff, travel on passive income and lean financial independence.
Everything you will find on the Financially Free blog is presented with full disclosure and transparency. I strip down naked for you and and unveil my income and expenses, my investments, my failures and my successes. Talking about money is a taboo for many people. I would like to change that.
Christian Mitteldorf writes about personal finance, saving, investing and his journey towards Financial Independence. Filled with practical tips and advice, and lots of very personal stories, to teach you and inform you about his mistakes. He teaches you how to invest your own money like Warren Buffett — for the very long term, and how to make your money work for YOU, so you don’t have to work for someone else.
Loui (writer on WW) is deeply inspired by the old book by Henry Thoreau, called “Walden”. Henry Thoreau went out to the woods, build a small house and lived there for two years. He then wrote “Walden” on how we all could benefit from living a more simple life. Wannabe Walden is a modern version on how we can implement this simple way of living and quitting the rat race. Loui would like to do the same as Thoreau, but on a boat instead. Follow his journey.
You can read Loui’s Bloggers on FIRE interview here.
For me time is the most important resource we have as human beings.Most of us choose to sell that time for money.By becoming FI, I’ll be able to buy my own time back. | For mig er tid den vigtigste ressource vi har som mennesker. De fleste af os vælger så at sælge den tid for penge. Ved at blive finansiel uafhængig kunne jeg kunne købe min egen tid tilbage.
The Total Balance blog is the story of a 35 year old well-educated guy, who has decided to quit the rat-race and retire by the age of 50. The blog tracks the progress of reaching his FIRE goal (saving, investing, living). It is a true account of not only the sacrifices that has to be made along the way, but also the rewards that can be reaped by living frugally, and saving for the future.
You can read Nick’s Bloggers on FIRE interview here.