What’s missing from the coronavirus debate is the idea of personal responsibility and what actions we can take to maximise our own health. The Escape Artist delivers this missing piece.
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.
Sam gives us some tips on what kinds of meals freeze well so you can save yourself a tonne of time and money on days when you don’t have time or energy to cook.
Some of the decisions the Monk shares with us are quite obvious, others less.
Podcast: Financial Independence and What It Can Mean for Your Mental Health | Alex | FI Europe Podcast
Podcast: Financial Independence and What It Can Mean for Your Mental Health | Alex | FI Europe Podcast The relax edition of the FI Europe Podcast 😉 The guest in this podcast is Alex, a 31 year old working as a psychiatric nurse – so he has seen a a lot of mental stress issues being caused by financial matters. He talks about financial independence as an antidote, how to manage stress related to money and finances, sleep/meditation apps and…
RadicalFIRE radically quit coffee a year ago. This had many benefits, from less stress to better sleep and more money left to invest!
Most of us are somewhere on our way to Financial Independence and Early Retirement. And some have already reached this goal, they stopped working in 9-to-5 jobs. No wonder that bloggers who retired early receive a lot of interest in our community. Erith is one of these early retirees, she quit her job at age 56. That was already some years ago – time for her to look back on what she has done with all of her free time.…