The following is a guest post from freelance writer, Ainsley Lawrence. Money management is hard, especially if you’re a young adult coming into independence for the first time in your life. Even if you had jobs through high school and college, experiencing newfound independence and no responsibility from school can be an exciting yet daunting … Read more3 Ways to Start Planning for Retirement
Welcome to the Fly to FI February 2019 Blogress Report! For those of you here for the first time, I post monthly reports detailing my blog stats, income statement, growth strategies, and more! I hope that you get some value out of this report and enjoy reading about my progress. Follow along each month as … Read moreFebruary 2019 Blogress Report – $672.95
Why aren’t people investing? Are you nervous about making your first investment? Fortunately, today’s guest post from Just Start Investing and highlights the significant role that investing plays in our financial journey. The best time to invest was yesterday, but the second best time is right now. Enjoy! Investing, in my view, is a basic … Read moreWhy Aren’t People Investing?
Today’s guest post comes from Ben Mizes, who generously offered to write some great content on how to get started in real estate investing to become financially independent. Although I currently own only one rental unit, real estate will most definitely play a factor in my financial independence journey. Enjoy! 20 years ago, you needed … Read moreHow to Get Started in Real Estate Investing to Become Financially Independent
This post was first published on RockStar Finance. Some minor edits have been made to accurately reflect the timeline. I was 7 months into my first corporate job and I just couldn’t take it anymore — the long commute, the unfulfilling work, the lack of autonomy. This couldn’t be what the next 40 years look … Read moreFrugality Buys Freedom: How and Why I Quit my Corporate Banking Job
My mom is always thinking of new, creative ways to save money with family and friends. So, as a blogger, of course I asked her to share these hacks with all of you! Hopefully you can implement one (or all) of these strategies into your own life and discover new-found expense reductions. Enjoy! This content … Read more8 Creative Ways to Save Money With Family and Friends
Today’s guest post comes from Ainsley Lawrence, a writer who is passionate about topics like life, work, finance, and all the things that impact us on a day-to-day basis. As someone who is always striving for optimization (as I’m sure many of you are), I thought that a declutter post would resonate with you all … Read moreHow to Make Clutter Work for Your Wallet
Looking to take control of your finances in 2019? These 6 essential personal finance apps will help you get there. Explore 2019’s best applications for wealth accumulation, investing, expense tracking, budgeting, cash transfers, and travel rewards. I have personally used all of the apps listed below and many of them on a daily basis. If … Read more6 Essential Personal Finance Apps for 2019
Everybody has a price. If I asked you to write me one paragraph for $100,000, of course, you’d say yes, right? However, if I offered you $0.01 to write that same paragraph I can’t imagine you’d jump on the opportunity. But how do you decide when the opportunity is right? When is it “worth it” … Read moreWhat is My Time Worth?
Frugality and deprivation are not synonymous. It’s plenty possible to be frugal without depriving yourself. In my personal life, I have found the perfect balance between spending and happiness. From the outside, it looks like I’m living just the same as everyone else, but instead of spending every penny I earn, I save 85% of … Read moreHow to Be Frugal Without Depriving Yourself