Sådan Undgår Du “Et-År-Mere” Syndromet

Jeg ser det om og om igen. Folk der jagter finansiel uafhængighed, og bliver ved med at udskyde det at skulle arbejde mindre. Oftest er det bakket op af følgende sætninger: “Hvad nu hvis 4 % reglen ikke holder stik?!”. Eller. “Jeg vil gerne liiiiiige have en lidt større kontant buffer“. Eller også bliver folk … Continue reading “Sådan Undgår Du “Et-År-Mere” Syndromet”

Jeg Har Intet Til Salg

Du kan ikke købe en “finansiel-uafhængigheds-e-bog” eller kursus af mig. Og det er helt bevidst. Min tilgang til finansiel uafhængig er så simpel som mulig. Så jeg ville slet ikke vide hvordan jeg ville skulle strikke et “produkt” sammen til dig. Du kan downloade min guide gratis her. Og hvis du følger den, gør du … Continue reading “Jeg Har Intet Til Salg”

4 Grunde Til Jeg Kun Ejer Én Aktie Fond

Jeg ejer kun én enkelt aktie fond.  Den hedder Sparinvest Index DJSI.  Det der gør den “særlig” er disse grunde: Det er en global fond Den er billig (0,56 % ÅOP) Den er bæredygtig Når folk spørger mig hvilken fonde de skal vælge, er min anbefaling altid blot de to første punkter.  Håber de fleste … Continue reading “4 Grunde Til Jeg Kun Ejer Én Aktie Fond”

How to Be a Minimalist and Become Wealthy

Find Your Why to Be a Minimalist You can’t consume your way to happiness Pete Adeney, (Mr Money Mustache) That is mine why.  This is a huge relief since I don’t have anything to chase anymore. I know that my happiness can’t be bought, traveled to, or attained by doing some shopping. Happiness for me … Continue reading “How to Be a Minimalist and Become Wealthy”

Why Living On a Boat Is One Of The Cheapest (and Awesome) Way To Live

Last month I did my biggest purchase in years. It might even be my most expensive purchase ever. I bought a boat.  The book I named this blog after (hint: its Walden), made a huge impression on me. The part of building a small cabin and living in the woods was super appealing to me. … Continue reading “Why Living On a Boat Is One Of The Cheapest (and Awesome) Way To Live”

My Kakeibo Experiment, Part Three (Final)

My Kakeibo Experiment, Part One My Kakeibo Experiment, Part Two I did this experiment because I read in Your Money or Your Life that you could cut your expenses at least 20 % by keeping note of every cent that goes in and out of your life. So I wanted to do a three months … Continue reading “My Kakeibo Experiment, Part Three (Final)”

Minimalism and Quarantine. Weekend Reads

Being back in Denmark isn’t that bad at all. The weather is super awesome, and I’m on the countryside on an island called Langeland (I call it Long Island). There is a lot time to read and binge watch inspiring movies. Here are some handpicked articles and videos I have enjoyed the last couple of … Continue reading “Minimalism and Quarantine. Weekend Reads”

How LITTLE Money Do We Need In Order To Become Financial Independent?

25 Times Your Annual Spending is A Lot of Money Let’s be honest. If you are reading this as 20 something years old, and you have just started to make some money. GOOD FOR YOU! You are better off than many other people. But not everybody is that lucky. Some might just get all these … Continue reading “How LITTLE Money Do We Need In Order To Become Financial Independent?”

Video Interview for Pernille Wahlgren

One of the awesome things of chasing FIRE is that I get to meet a lot of awesome people. One of them is Pernille Wahlgren, who is one of the most badass financial independent woman I know. She asked me if I wanted to do an interview for her online course. Here is a teaser … Continue reading “Video Interview for Pernille Wahlgren”