Banker on FIRE uses his backstory growing up in an immigrant family that was good at saving to illustrate that saving should be possible for pretty much everyone. So why aren’t more people doing it?
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.
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.
Saving money by not going to the barber’s – a good or a bad idea? Find out how much you can save over a lifetime with Cashflow Cop’s little calculator that could also work for other recurring expenses like gym membership.
A Way to Less give us some insights into how they manage to save serious money on food, and invite you to share your tips as well.
RadicalFIRE lives in a shared appartment, her room has 15 m². In a guest post she explains the benefits this lifestyle has.
Build up your emergency fund, save for a mini-retirement or simply boost your savings rate on your way to FIRE with a no spend challenge. Radical FIRE has put together some tips to help you do a successful no spend challenge – for one day, one week, one month or longer.