Even if not everybody wants to invest sustainably, it is still essential to know that this is available. And if you want to start impact investing, this will help you get started.
The British Woman Who Became Financially Independent in Her Mid-30s in London | Money for the Modern Girl
In the latest installment of her Women Who FIRE series, Sonia interviews N about her journey to FI and what she does with her life now that she doesn’t have to work for money.
This year’s FIWE (Financial Independence Week Europe) is focused on FI for impact, live FI before FI and why FI. It’s also become officially a FIREhub event 🙂 If Romania is too far for you, there are similar events organised accross Europe. Check out the article to learn more.
During 5 morning sessions, The Escape Artist explained Financial Independence to construction workers without mentioning the term Financial Independence. Because FI should not only be for the middle class.
What is the simplest way to both represent Financial Independence and explain how to get there? Sebastien wrote a nice, straight forward answer to that.
Mr. W. is FIREd and an environmental activist. He gives an update about his impact on reducing rubbish issues in his hometown. And he has a message for us: We FIRE people have the luxury to have our finances under control and use our energy to make the world a better place.
Have you heard of IKIGAI? It’s something you should know about and Sebastien wrote a nice summary about the concept.
David from I Retired Young has been doing some research on charitable giving and found out that it’s not that easy. #fiforimpact