My blog is about compounding wealth, financial independence and the occasional bit of unconventional financial wisdom. I write about personal finance issues for what one might describe as ‘Medium-Net-Worth’ people, or those who aspire to be so. i.e. self-directed investors with a few million. I’m an ex financial services professional, so I’ve seen a lot from the inside. It’s somewhat UK focused when talking about tax rules, but is otherwise quite relevant to other Europeans.
FIRE isn’t all about saving every penny – but it is all about learning about saving & investing. My blog is aimed at helping people find their own path to FIRE – hopefully enabling them to take control of their money in the best way for them. Picking a different topic every 2 weeks and publishing, I hope to create a wide range of topics to help those on their FIRE journey. The blog is entirely free, with just a couple of affiliate links – if I think its really worth purchasing.
From drowning in debt to gaining financial control this blog charts a real-life financial transformation and the lessons learned along the way. The author started the site to keep himself accountable, while struggling to keep up with even the minimum payments on his consumer debt. Six years later and he’s paid off his debt, bought his first home and has savings and investments for the future.
Banker on FIRE is a personal finance blog designed to help readers build wealth, reach financial independence and live the best life possible. I focus on financial decisions and investment strategies that generate substantial wealth increases over long periods of time.
You can read Banker on FIRE’s Bloggers on FIRE interview here.
Hustle Escape is a personal finance and psychology blog, established in December 2018. The blog aims to help readers seize back control of our most important finite resource: time. Through practical guidance and using scientific research, articles seek to demonstrate how changes in our approach to our money and mindset can bring about life-changing benefits.
We are a professional couple in our late 20’s / early 30’s. This blog is intended to share our thought on the topics we care about. This includes financial independence, travel, minimalism and mental health. Having been avid readers of various other FIRE/travel related blogs we wanted to document our own journey. Reading other blogs has taught us a lot and we see this as our opportunity to give back to the community!
You can read Mr & Miss Way’s Bloggers on FIRE interview here.
A Simple Life is about ideas for ‘simple living, saving money and being well’. Since discovering the financial independence/retire early movement I have been sharing my progress on my journey to save more money whilst living a full, but simple life. I love personal development books, both about financial independence and health and wellbeing and often post reviews of books that I love.
My blog is sort of about money and financial independence (…OK FIRE if you must). But it’s not really about that – because that’s not really what life’s about. My blog is about more than money. Its about health, and relationships, and sleep, and books, and hobbies. In short it’s about everything to do with being happy, or at least my journey to becoming happier.
You can read Caveman’s Bloggers on FIRE interview here.