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”

19# My Monthly Financial Independence Update

The Quick Takeaways This month savings rate: 0 % Yearly Passive Income (5 % withdrawal with taxes): 14.300 DKK (1900 $) % change since last month: – 15 % Back In Denmark (On Welfare) Mini retirements in South East Asia and a pandemic doesn’t go hand in hand. We were working on the boat, doing some … Continue reading “19# My Monthly Financial Independence Update”

My Kakeibo Experiment, Part Two

If you read the headline and think: “What the f*** is Kakeibo?!” Then go and read Part One first. It has been amazing how big of an impact it has done to my finances that I started to take note of every cent. Even though there is a big difference in living in Asia, and couch surfing … Continue reading “My Kakeibo Experiment, Part Two”

18# My Monthly Financial Independence Update

The Quick Takeaways This month savings rate: 0 % Yearly Passive Income (5 % withdrawal with taxes): 14.300 DKK (2100 $) % change since last month: – 10 % Where Did My Cash Go?! The stock market is down. It is the biggest monthly drop in my portfolio EVER! When that being said. I have sold shares … Continue reading “18# My Monthly Financial Independence Update”

17# My Monthly Financial Independence Update

The Quick Takeaways This month savings rate: 0 % Passive Yearly Income (5 % withdrawal with taxes): 16.900 DKK (2500 $) % change since last month: + 0,4 % So What The F#ck Happen This Month? Stock Market went up, networth went down Going to France Train, eat, sleep and repeat Spending, spending and more … Continue reading “17# My Monthly Financial Independence Update”

Set Your Kids on FIRE

I’m sitting here in a café in Cebu – Philippines. Trying to look cooperate in my beige wife beater. Sipping the least expensive coffee on the menu (1 $/cup). While I’m scrolling through the investment platform I use. I’m doing that because I need to open an investment account for my good friends new born … Continue reading “Set Your Kids on FIRE”

16# My Monthly Financial Independence Update

The Quick Takeaways This month savings rate: 0 % Passive Yearly Income (5 % withdrawal with taxes): 17.400 DKK (2680 $) % change since last month: + 1,7 % So What The F#ck Happen This Month? Enjoying Indonesia Four new diving licenses Selling shares!!! (Not enjoyable) Still working on the mobile writing habit. Indonesia, What … Continue reading “16# My Monthly Financial Independence Update”

15# My Monthly Financial Independence Update

The Quick Takeaways This month savings rate: 0 % Passive Yearly Income (5 % withdrawal with taxes): 17.000 DKK (2600 $) % change since last month: – 2 % So What The F#ck Happen This Month? Leaving Denmark in order to start my mini retirement in Asia Spending many $$$ Figuring out how I’m going … Continue reading “15# My Monthly Financial Independence Update”

Podcast: FIRE

The other day a podcast episode got released about FIRE. Lots of awesome danish people are in it, including myself. The podcast is made by four really awesome radio/podcast students named: Daniel Sarto Lassen, Marie Kildebæk, Martin Broch & Leo Peter Larsen You can check out Leo’s soundcloud page HERE Or you can listen to the … Continue reading “Podcast: FIRE”