Financial Independence is about making our money work for us so that we can spend less time working for it if we choose to. Getting and staying on a path to FI can be challenging, given how we’re often taught to value consumerism, which in turn is fueled by a lifetime of working…
Yup, you read that right: I quit my job. In the middle of a global pandemic. No, I haven’t lost my marbles, despite what some might think. “Are you sur…
I hate thinking about emergencies. It’s usually associated with panic, chaos, feelings of helplessness and at times, injury. I’ve had my fair share of …
If you’ve read my previous posts, you’d know that I’ve been investing in unit trust funds for well over a decade. I’m glad that I started investing ear…
I think you’d agree with me when I say that the events of 2020 brought new meaning and urgency to the phrase: “save your money for a rainy day”. In thi…
If you take some amount of joy in shopping like I do (hey, don’t judge), you know how it easy it is to fall down the rabbit hole of buying stuff, and m…
When I first set out to get my first job, I had no grandiose illusions about money. Coming from an average middle-class family that earned just enough …
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