Writing about our journey from teenage mum on benefits to retiring at 50ish. On my blog I share my experiences managing the family finances and mistakes I have made which include staying in the same job for 30 years and sticking with cash for too long. Despite not earning big salaries we are on target to FIRE after 12 years. Join us as we get ever closer.
As a mom, I want to have time for my family. I don’t want to be working full-time for somebody else. I don’t want to be disorganised. I don’t want to be unhealthy. This blog will provide you with all the information you need to live a better balanced life. The money making and saving ideas have been thoroughly tested and actually work and I will help you to get organised, get healthy and live the simple life you crave. Balancing time and life these days can be really difficult. Over 16 years ago I gave up my job to pursue a life of financial independence, allowing me more time with my family. On Time and Pence I share ideas on real, tried and tested money making ideas, money saving, getting organised and family health. Everything you need to live a balanced life and spend time doing the things you want to do.
After reaching financial independence at 33, Sebastien shares his journey and experience to help and inspire others. He runs the Financial Independence community in Belgium where he helps people to take control of their finances so that they can live more and give more. Sebastien specializes in index ETF investing, financial independence planning and #FIforImpact.
My name is Michael and I am on a journey towards financial independence. Originally from New Zealand and now living in Ireland, I am happily married and a father of three boys. In 2017 I made the decision to start to journey towards financial freedom. I was sick of selling my time for money and realised that through the power of compounding interest, I could work towards financial independence. Join me as I discuss my journey towards financial independence.
You can listen to Michael’s interview on the FI Europe Podcast here.
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.
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.
Finanzen? Erklärt! is about achieving financial independence with equity investments. The author sees financial independence as a two-stage process: the accumulation stage which is then followed by the capital consumption stage. Although the blog addresses the whole lifecycle of financial independence, the focus is on the development and presentation of innovative withdrawal strategies that allow for maximum capital consumption while minimizing the risk of bankruptcy.