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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.
A guy in his forties, married with two children, blogging about his thoughts on various topics around personal finance and wealth building. The goal of this blog is to show the author’s journey to a self-determined and exciting life.
I’m a Dutch guy in my mid-thirties using the alias Mr. Robot. I live together with my wife and small kid in a nice house in the southern part of The Netherlands. By day I’m active in the IT-industry by evening/night I’m aspiring to be a finance ninja with a goal of full early retirement at 55.
Engineer My Freedom is a blog about a European man’s journey to financial independence following a dividend growth strategy. This blog will also detail other tips and tricks that I pick up on my way to FIRE.
You can listen to Derek’s interview on the Financial Independence Europe Podcast here.
Patrick is a Belgium-based personal finance expert. A passionate horse rider, frugalist, investor, photographer, author, and travel enthusiast, he started his financial independence journey in 2013 after losing more than 30% of his net worth.