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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.
I’m Ms ZiYou. On my blog I share my thoughts and personal development as I work towards financial independence at the age of 40. There are loads of cool male married FIRE bloggers in the cult. But to make the movement representative, I feel we need more women and single people out there making some noise. I want to raise the visibility of diverse bloggers and together challenge the male engineer stereotype (although I do program, if that can be forgiven).
Born in late 70s, went to school, then to uni, lingered there for longer than necessary, got a job, a credit card, a mortgage. A career in financial services in the City of London can support a reasonable lifestyle if you don’t mind the downsides. I took the red pill in 2015 and decided that something had to be done about this business of working 60+ hour weeks making other people rich. This blog is a record of me doing something about it.
Young FI Guy
I’m 27, semi-retired and live in London. My own FI journey started at 16 years old when my father passed away, and I became responsible for my own finances. At the age of 26 I reached FI, hence the “young”. I quit full-time work in autumn 2016 after Mrs YFG insisted I leave to focus on our joint FI journey. Mrs YFG is still at work as she is a weird person who actually likes her job.
I’m a married man in my late 40s with 6 children aged 9 to 19. I discovered FI quite late in life (I wish I’d known about it 30 years ago when I started work) and I’m desperate to implement the principles in my remaining working life. I aim to get to FI in 7-8 years. My greater motivation is to ensure my kids are aware of FI, especially my eldest who has just started in the world of work.