We’ve lived in the city for years but we’re getting envious of rural life. What are the pros and cons of urban living vs country life with the Frugalwoods?
Our second monthly balance sheet update: with dividends added our savings rate ballooned. See the details for a little financial voyeurism!
We’ve taken on a mentality of “renting” our stuff: it’s always for sale, for the right price. Here’s the apps, websites, and tools to quickly sell locally.
Follow our lead as we show how we decided to retire early and when. An infographic shows that building wealth and picking a date shouldn’t mean you’re not open to change. After all, the goal of FIRE is happiness and satisfaction!
What did a mid-twenties me learn from buying individual stocks at the apex of the market before the Great Recession? Are index funds better than stocks?
With one month under our belts writing about FIRE, what’ve we thought about the experience so far? We’ve also shared TicTocLife’s blog stats!
Learn to adopt the notion “everything is for sale”. When considering a purchase, analyze expected future value. Buy quality instead of limit yourself by a budget.
See how our first month of transitioning into retirement went as we reveal our entire budget: income, spending, etc. Despite reduced income, we saved 65%!
No matter if you’re on the first stage of financial independence—dependency—or you’ve reached the pinnacle—abundance—there’s still an opportunity to grow. Find optimism in a pandemic by testing your financial metal.
You already know basic grocery savings tips—this isn’t beans & rice. Crank it up to pro-level and join us in cutting another 30-40% off your grocery bill. We went from $575.80 to $339.85 per month!