Congratulations to The Escape Artist for making it through Dry February and living to tell the tale. In this post he shares what he’s learned from the experience.
Simple Living in Somerset: A very interesting article about the financial cycle of life. Millennials are rich in human capital but poor in financial capital. Later on in life, that balance tips.
Simba from Compound Your Freedom has put together a summary of what we can learn from Mr Buffett’s annual letter.
What if you had some extra cash in your bank account every month? Discover many ideas what to do with it right now “when you’re not used to seeing that extra money” in this guest post by Sean Bryant (from One simple Dollar) on the blog Reach Financial Independence.
Cheesy Finance: Based on this already “old” post by Early Retirement Extreme (ERE), Jacob was able to live off $5.000-7.000 per year, as late as 2011. For argument sake, let’s assume that this $7.000 annual spending in 2011 is now $7.714 in today’s money (2018). This would be about €6.250/year (current exchange rate ~$1.233/€), can you survive on this amount in the Netherlands? How low can you go? In the Netherlands at least!
Research has shown that Emotional Intelligence is a better indicator of success in life than IQ. Mrs Smelling Freedom reviews an Emotional Intelligence book that helped her adapt to her new life as an employee after she sold her business.