The blog documents my journey to FI-RE as an immigrant in the UK. I write about general personal finance, weekly highlights [articles, books, podcasts, Youtube, movies] related to finance, my quest towards trading and portfolio management, productivity hacks, and my love of walking.
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.
Ad Otium is a money and philosophy lifestyle blog, chartering a course towards otium liberale – a state of liberal leisure away from employment. The blog often runs counter to the typical FI/RE mindset of optimisation and cost cutting, instead focussing on balance, temperance and taking steps to increase income.
Here you can join on a roadtrip to a higher passive income! Since savings accounts make no money at all I am eagerly looking for better sources of income and ways to make my money work for me. In this blog you can see how my passive income changes (hopefully in the right direction!) and my investments grow. Additionally, you can learn how you can save more and invest better by reading how I did it. Hopefully this will inspire people to go the same way.
Welcome! Olá! Yet another personal finance / FI / FIRE blog! Yes…there are many over there. Let us introduce ourselves. Me and Mrs. Firecracker are a family of 2 in our early 30s, we are both proud Portuguese and we are newly weds who have decided during our honeymoon to start this blog. Personal finance has always been a topic dear to us and has kept us busy investing and saving since our early twenties. Do you want to follow our journey?
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.
FIRE Sweden is a website containing Sweden-specific advice related to personal finance and helping new readers discover the path to FIRE. | FIRE Sverige är hemsida med Sverigespecifika tips inom privatekonomi, samt att hjälpa nya läsare upptäcka resan till FIRE.
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.
A journey to FI through the prism of the NHS, MedFI is not just for those in medical fields. We write about a broad range of financial and personal topics, hoping to inform and inspire those also aiming towards FI.