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100 Steps Mission 2 exp

100 Steps Mission

Relevant for: Netherlands, Spain
Language: English

A Dutch girl, living in Spain with her British husband. I try to make Financial Independence accessible by breaking it down into practical steps. I believe that consistent action towards increasing your savings, cutting expenses, investing, paying off debt and building passive income streams can lead to incredible results if applied consistently over time.

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Zuinigeman

Zuinigeman

Relevant for: Netherlands
Language: Dutch

This website is about becoming financially independent by being economical, saving, reducing and paying off debts. | Deze website gaat over financieel onafhankelijk worden door zuinigaan te leven, bezuinigen, besparen, consuminderen en aflossen van schulden.

Mom4life

Mom4life

Relevant for: Netherlands
Language: Dutch

This mom blogs about smart savings, how to earn extra money, financial tips and facts, running, gardening, relaxing and sometimes about children. | Deze mama blogt over slim besparen, extra geld verdienen, financiële tips en weetjes, hardlopen, moestuinieren, ontspullen en soms over kinderen.

Financieel Onafhankelijk Blog

Financieel Onafhankelijk Blog

Relevant for: Netherlands
Language: Dutch

Mr FOB is in his forties and is on his way to financial independence together with his wife. They both work part-time and describe it as the best career decision they ever made. He blogs about his journey to share what he’s learned about FI.

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