This blog is about more than financial independence. It is about resilience through understanding what we are equipped with through evolution. How strong our bodies and minds can be. Survival skills, bushcraft and self-reliance. Not just for stone age kind of situations but also for our life in the 21st century. Dominik is sharing his thoughts and endeavors with a penchant for slightly unusual things.
I blog about how to become financially independent in Switzerland. I talk essentially about real estate and stocks. I have a different point of view because I dislike frugality, I prefer working hard and investing my money instead of saving pennies. | Je documente sur un ton décalé mon chemin vers La Liberté financière en Suisse. Chemin principalement axé sur l’investissement immobilier et bourse. Je suis contre la frugalité et je me bats en travaillant sur pour bien investir plutôt qu’économiser des petites sommes.
Matt is a financially independent economist who left “big corporate” back in 2017 in order to create his dream life. This blog is about sharing the stories and lessons learnt on his journey in order to empower readers to financially imagineer their lives too. What does that mean? Dare to dream BIG: reach financial independence, retire early or retire to entrepreneurship, travel the world, grow and invest in yourself.
After falling into the trap of lifestyle inflation, Mr. The Poor Swiss started looking into Financial Independence. He is now saving more than 40% of his income every month!
You can read The Poor Swiss’s Bloggers on FIRE interview here.
You can listen to The Poor Swiss’s interview on the FI Europe Podcasthere.
The story of a South American family living in Switzerland aiming to reach financial independence before they reach 40, after which they’re planning a move to a ranch in South America.
You can listen to Erik’s interview on the FI Europe Podcasthere.
A Swiss couple in their thirties with two kids aiming to reach FI by 40. The blog is also available in French and German. | Un couple suisse dans la trentaine avec deux enfants souhaitant atteindre l’indépendance financière à 40 ans. Le blog est aussi disponible en anglais et allemand. | Ein Schweizer Paar in den Dreissigern mit zwei Kindern, die mit 40 Jahren FI erreichen wollen. Der Blog ist auch in Englisch und Französisch verfügbar.
You can read MP’s Bloggers on FIRE interview here.