Meagan gives us a rundown of the zero waste measures her family has already implemented which have helped them in the current lockdown. If you want to know how to make yourself independent of toilet paper, read on…
Radical FIRE was quite sceptical before reading the book, but enjoyed it. Negotiating working from home and focusing on doing less were some of the lessons she took out of the book.
Investing, disputes at work, buying stuff, getting married – the cooling off principle applies to it all. Bonus: the Escape Artist’s Turd In The River Principle. Stoicism applied to the 21st century!
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 is happy with her clothing ban experience. It saved her a lot of money, time and stress. She also shares useful tips on how to make your clothes last longer.
“Everyone has a choice between living with more and working more, or living with less and working less.” Which kind of wealth will you chose?
RadicalFIRE lives in a shared appartment, her room has 15 m². In a guest post she explains the benefits this lifestyle has.
Jannecke from Financially Independent Mom shows you step-by-step how to minimise your wardrobe like a pro!
Female guest poster Sam makes a connection between financial independence and digital minimalism, silence, boredom and a non-religious Shabbat.