The title says it all, and the article explains why and how you can do it. And you can extend the challenge to other areas of your life (what about eating too much sugar or spending way too much time on your smarthphone?)
What an ancient Greek fable can teach us about our bad habit of checking our stock portfolios too often.
A lower stress level, better sleep and self-esteem, feeling happier and getting insight in what is important to you are some of the positive effects a gratitude journal can have on you. Radical FIRE shares tips how to start a journal. It only takes a few minutes per day or week.
Radical FIRE shares what she changed in her life to make it more healthy, but there are also changes that affected her savings rate, in a positive way of course.
RadicalFIRE lives in a shared appartment, her room has 15 m². In a guest post she explains the benefits this lifestyle has.
The Cashflow Cop takes us on crime scenes and presents us compelling exhibits. Find out if you are guilty of a financial ‘crime’ by reading his excellent article.
RadicalFIRE radically quit coffee a year ago. This had many benefits, from less stress to better sleep and more money left to invest!
Young FI Guy shares his thoughts on why you need a savings habit…and how to create one.