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.
Although the title is a bit cheesy, many of these this are quite good, can save you a lot of money over time and I use a few of them my self. So here you go…
The CashflowCop has put together an extensive and well-structured beginner’s guide to Financial Independence. It includes a calculator and also some thoughts that are interesting not only for newbies.
Philosophy – Identify your “why”; Psychology – Reduce spending; Work Ethic – Increase income; and Finance – Grow wealth. These are the four pillars around which a new book on FIRE evolves. Route2FI has written an extensive book review.