Blog Post of the Month

Blog Post of the Month

Blog Post of the Month – May 2019

Which blog post featured here on FIREhub received the most interest last month? Well, it had a title beginning with “get rich”, this promise is always an eye catcher. It also mentions a private jet, a Lamborghini and a bottle of Moet et Chandon. However, the blog post then talks of the “wooden leg” syndrome, to stop making excuses and start taking responsibility for our own situation. It then dives deeper by citing a passage of a psychology book published…

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Blog Post of the Month – April 2019

It’s been a little quiet here on FIREhub.eu in the last days as the complete FIREhub core team and some of the curators have been in Budapest at FIWE (Financial Independence Week Europe). So, a little later than usual we present here the blog post that received the most interest last month. It had the provocative title “FUCK the 4 % rule – My Detailed Plan For How I Will Become Financial Independent In Only 5 Years!” and received a…

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Blog Post of the Month – March 2019

It’s no surprise that this article has raised a lot of interest in the FIRE community. Many of us aim to retire early – but not so many have done it and don’t need to work any more. FIRE the 9 to 5 is a “forty something single parent of two” and used to be a finance manager of a big corporation – until recently. She has retired from this exhausting job. How does she spend her days now? Is…

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Blog Post of the Month – February 2019

February was a short month – and so was our blog post of the month. Two definitions, two scenarios to illustrate the case – and a question that many hardcore saving FIRE aficionados should ask themselves. It’s all about the difference between being cheap or being frugal that can sometimes be difficult. It’s not about missing out but having a fun and interesting life! Mr. Fox wrote “Cheap or frugal: Which are you?” on his blog frugalfoxes.com.

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Blog Post of the Month – January 2019

+100 bars and a supermodel in our Blog Post of the Month: candy for your eyes if you’re into charts and numbers! Marc aka Earlyretireman documents his journey to early retirement on Finance Your FIRE, where he shares his networth, goals and portfolio (more bars, and also pie charts). For the article “FIRE! The ultimate charts“, Marc went over his FIRE numbers (once again): accumulation and withdrawal phase, the value of his stocks, you name it. He thoroughly goes through the…

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Blog Post of the Month – December 2018

Our statistics revealed that the article with the most clicks in December appeared on the blog “Eyes on the Goal“. Kate app started the blog two years ago to document her journey to FI in only 5 years. Which article received the most clicks on FIREhub.eu to become the blog post of the month for December 2018? Read on and we’ll tell you!In the article “Update on The Goal: 2 Years In“, Kate celebrates her achievements (don’t worry, no boring…

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Blog Post of the Month – November 2018

The article with the most clicks on Firehub.eu in November appeared on the blog Financial Independence Ireland. The author’s father, “a strong believer in socialist protectionism”, comes up with some common objections to investing and saving. In this well-structured article, the blogger has a closer look at these objections and compares her situation with her brother’s. She also puts it in an Irish context (pension plans, taxes – and buying a round of drinks!) and gives us her personal version…

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Blog Post of the Month – October 2018: @TheIndeedably

Here at FIREhub.eu we checked our statistics and found that one article has received more clicks than any of the other articles we handpicked for you in October. The article of the month is “Lessons from retirement” and it appeared on the blog @indeedably. If you haven’t had the chance to read it, go for it. The author is a good observer and doesn’t skip the downsides of his experiences with early retirement.

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