A thought provoking letter by MonkWealth to his future, financially independent self.
“As we get richer, each additional unit of money will be less and less valuable to us, until we reach a point where it doesn’t make sense to pursue more.” This prediction by the economical philosopher Keynes was wrong. Here’s why we don’t have 15-hour work weeks.
Episode 072 – Why You Lie About Money In Your Relationships (And How To Fix It With Radical Honesty) | Tuulia Syvänen | Financial Independence Europe Podcast
The Financial Independence Europe podcast interview an expert in radical honesty about how being honest about money can improve your relationships.
“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?
Ms ZiYou attended fincon, a big financial conference in Washington, USA. She would love to see a more political event, since for her money is linked to politics and politics is linked to money.
Sonia from Money for the Modern Girl reflects on instances when people have underestimated her and on instances when she has underestimated other people, and what this means for her on her path to FI.
Mr. A from Get Financial Independence examines how his upbringing affected his approach to money and his struggle to overcome some of his deeply-ingrained money beliefs that have been holding him back.
Have you ever talked to colleagues, friends or relatives about FIRE and got responses like “it’s impossible” or “…but I like my job!”? Then go read this great article over at Monkwealth.