We are a young couple under 30, seeking for financial independence in Lithuania (North-east Europe). Our numbers and approach should be very interesting for people living in Western part of Europe, since it is incredibly cheaper to live in Baltic states considering life quality you get. It is still developing country, so there are many tricks and tips to live comfortably and still frugal. | Mes esame jauna pora, įpusėjusi į trečiąjį gyvenimo dešimtmetį, norinti pasidalinti mintimis apie kelionę į finansinę nepriklausomybę. Pabandę siekti šio tikslo, supratome, kad tai įmanoma ne tik JAV ar Vakarų Europoje, tačiau ir Lietuvoje. Nuoširdžiai tikime laisvesnio bei prasmingesnio gyvenimo idėja, todėl, dalindamiesi savo mintimis, stengsimės įkvėpti, patarti ir mokytis kartu.
I help people create more time and freedom in there lives. I do this by blogging about what works for me, and what doesn’t on my own road to FIRE and ultimate freedom. This way other Dutch millennials can learn from me and thereby gain more financial insights for themselves. | Ik help mensen meer tijd en meer financiële vrijheid te creëeren door te bloggen over wat voor mij werkt en niet werkt. Op deze manier kunnen andere Nederlandse millenials leren van mijn verhaal, om zo meer financiële inzichten voor zichzelf te creëeren.
The Romanian sister website to Money Caravan, written by a Romanian living in Belgium. The blog is aimed at making a small contribution to improving financial education among Romanians and to provide information about real estate investing in Romania. | Blogul-pereche al blogului Money Caravan, scris de un blogger român care trăiește în Belgia. Blogul își propune să facă o contrubuție la educația financiară a românilor și să ofere informații espre investiții imobiliare în România.
I’ve always been interested in money and the freedom that it can buy you – not to show off with flash and bling. Now with two kids, FIRE is a great option for a growing family and making those 14 years of saving and investing pay off. I blog on finances, family and the joys and frustrations of everyday life.
You can read GFF’s Bloggers on FIRE interview here.
I’ve just started my road to FIRE, and I have some years left before leaving the corporate world. Reading all those other FIRE blogs made me want to make a blog for my own journey. As of March 2019 my net worth is approx. $170,000, of which $155,000 is invested in index funds. This blog will hopefully motivate me to continue the hard work. To my advantage I already have all the things I want in life, except for time. I’ve got a lot of hobbies that I would like to spend more time on as soon as I reach FI. Do you want to escape the 9 – 5 too? There’s a ton of great content I’d love to share with you so that you can follow the same path!
You can read Mr. Route 2 FI’s Bloggers on FIRE interview here.
From saving, investing, and financial independence to living a productive and fulfilling life. Read about a Monk’s journey to FIRE and how to get there yourself. The blog started at 25% of the author’s FIRE goal and contains valuable material for both newcomers and FIRE veterans.
You can read The Monk’s Bloggers on FIRE interview here.
Learning how to Manage & Make Money has Transformed My Life since my days as a teenage Student & Migrant. It has enabled me to become Debt Free, a keen Investor & Business owner; living purposefully through my opportunity to help others Create Financial Joy and achieve Financial Independence in their lives.
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The Total Balance blog is the story of a 35 year old well-educated guy, who has decided to quit the rat-race and retire by the age of 50. The blog tracks the progress of reaching his FIRE goal (saving, investing, living). It is a true account of not only the sacrifices that has to be made along the way, but also the rewards that can be reaped by living frugally, and saving for the future.
You can read Nick’s Bloggers on FIRE interview here.