I’ve just hit my four month anniversary with freelancing! So far, my income has not hit that level of magic that some bloggers pull in $10,000 grand a month, $70,000 a month. Far from it! I continue, as ever, to be your low-income blogger. Coming off FinCon and wrapping up my road trip has me […]
I bet you thought I had abandoned my beloved FIRE series. Not so my friends! Today I’m delighted to bring another post to the series from The Happy Philosopher. Our philosopher is also a doctor who faced down the burn out beast and turned to FIRE as his solution. Now he works part time, is […]
I planned my road trip for almost a year before I hit the road. I scouted out campsites, made dates with friends in far away cities, and bought a new camera so I could snap the best photos along the way. I snapped up bargain food deals, and socked away catering leftovers. Most importantly, I […]
While I’m driving around the U.S, I’ve asked a few personal finance friends to share their wisdom. Today we have Taylor from The Freedom of Money. Taylor is talking about a topic that’s personal to me: knowing that you have enough. Conquering money fears is hard work, and Taylor is fighting the good fight.
While I’m driving around the U.S, I’ve asked a few personal finance friends to share their wisdom. Today we have Maggie of Northern Expenditure here. Maggie is dishing out great advice on how to avoid being tricked into spending more money by beating our own brains. Behavioral Economics for the frugal win!
FinCon16 is over! I spent so much time anticipating the conference, and then so much time being awake at it, that my mind is totally mush right now. I’m laying on a friends couch typing, and I just want to fall back asleep! This won’t be too long, since there’s exploring to be done, but […]
While I’m driving around the U.S, I’ve asked some personal finance friends to share their wisdom. Today we’ve got The Frugal Vagabond here to share his tips on travel hacking. Below is an incredible break down of how and why people use travel hacking to save big on travel. And send your congrats to our […]
As I’ve been preparing for my upcoming trip, first and foremost in my mind is the cost of this thing. Traveling is fun and refreshing, but it can get expensive if you don’t pay attention. My budget travel mantra is Borrow, Improvise, Buy. You absolutely don’t need to rush out and spend a million dollars on […]
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This may come as a shock to some of my newer readers, but I actually do not budget. I generally live my life on frugal autopilot- I just avoiding spending money. At this point, I’ve been doing this frugal living thing for two years, and I’ve optimized my life to save as much as possible. […]