Please Welcome Our New Bloggers (July – September 2019)
Summer was a bit quiet for us here are FIREhub – we were all away on holiday at various points (sometimes without internet access!) and it was good to take a break. We’re back in the swing of things now though, so to start with here’s our long overdue post welcoming the new bloggers we’ve added to our ranks in July, August and September. Welcome, guys!
We’ve recently decided to create some dedicated space on FIREhub for all the blogs that get suggested to us that aren’t specifically about financial independence and its philosophy but that deal with closely-related topics and provide useful content. We will be extending these pages in the coming weeks and months, but for now feel free to check out our “beta version”.
P.S. Don’t forget to give us feedback – what could we do better and what new features should we add to the site?
Radical FIRE (Netherlands)
I am a Dutchie passionate about the Financial Independence and Retire Early (FIRE) community. I want to empower YOU to be financially independent if you choose to be, because everyone can do it! I am taking you on my journey to be FIRE by the ago of 35, let’s do it!
Financially Independent Mom (Netherlands)
Financially Independent Mom is written by Janneke from the Netherlands. Since 2017 I’m investing in P2P lending and in 2018 I learned about FIRE, which totally changed my mindset about money and investing. In December 2018 I started my blog about FIRE & investing. I love to share my journey towards financial independence and guide you through your own journey.
A Simple Life (United Kingdom)
A Simple Life is about ideas for ‘simple living, saving money and being well’. Since discovering the financial independence/retire early movement I have been sharing my progress on my journey to save more money whilst living a full, but simple life. I love personal development books, both about financial independence and health and wellbeing and often post reviews of books that I love.
Get Financial Independence (Germany)
GetFI is a blog focused on Financial Independence (not as much on Retire Early). It is a blog by an Indian immigrant in Germany, and his struggle to navigate through the specifics of becoming FI here. The blog aims to be a both a guide and support for its readers who are taking on similar goals.
Christian Mitteldorf (Denmark)
Christian Mitteldorf writes about personal finance, saving, investing and his journey towards Financial Independence. Filled with practical tips and advice, and lots of very personal stories, to teach you and inform you about his mistakes. He teaches you how to invest your own money like Warren Buffett — for the very long term, and how to make your money work for YOU, so you don’t have to work for someone else.
A Way to Less (United Kingdom)
We are a professional couple in our late 20’s / early 30’s. This blog is intended to share our thought on the topics we care about. This includes financial independence, travel, minimalism and mental health. Having been avid readers of various other FIRE/travel related blogs we wanted to document our own journey. Reading other blogs has taught us a lot and we see this as our opportunity to give back to the community!
Mrs. Money Hacker (Ireland)
Hi! I’m Meagan, I’m a Canadian living in Ireland sharing my findings from many hours of research and analysis around the topic of FIRE in both Ireland and Canada. A business analyst by trade, I spend much of my free time playing (yes playing) in spreadsheets analyzing varying assumptions on wealth accumulation and retirement and summarize findings in the blog. I also try to look at country averages to make the content more widely relatable. I’d love if you followed along!
Fidom (United Kingdom)
Do you yearn for Freedom (with a capital F), but your financial obligations are holding you back from doing what you really want? People all over the world are coming to the realisation that retiring early is a possibility if you just understand the maths behind what is required. With an understanding of your income, your outgoings and investing wisely, you may just find out that early retirement could come sooner than you ever imagined.