1# My Monthly Financial Independence Update

I thought it would be fun to share how far I have come with my financial independence project. I have always enjoyed watching other people’s numbers. And here I am. About to do one myself. I have never understood why personal finance should be a tabu. But I can feel there is a slight resistance … Continue reading “1# My Monthly Financial Independence Update”

The Power of Spending Less

In a very long period of my life I thought that in order to become rich you need to earn a lot of money. When I started to study have the financial independent I found that this wasn’t the whole truth. The most important part to become financial independent is to spend less. If we … Continue reading “The Power of Spending Less”

How To Spend Less, and Still Be Happy

Buying stuff if often something that we find convenient. But there is a difference between really wanting a thing, to really need it. becoming financially independent is more about how little you can live on rather than how much you make. So if you can spend as little as 1000 $/month, you can become financial … Continue reading “How To Spend Less, and Still Be Happy”

The 80/20 Principle to Spend Less Than 50 % of Our Salary

Vilfredo Pareto was an Italian economist back in the early 1900. He discovered that 20 % of  the population owned 80 % of the wealth. (I think it was in Italy). People have later on applied this 80/20 principle to other stuff. Like 20 % of the carpet will get 80 % of the walking. … Continue reading “The 80/20 Principle to Spend Less Than 50 % of Our Salary”

How I’m Retiring in 5 years or Less, and How You Can Too

Why should everyone try to become financial independent? Whenever I tell people that I will retire in a couple of years they get excited. But whenever I tell them how I do it. They think it is to extreme. You know what I think is extreme? To work at the same desk for 30 + … Continue reading “How I’m Retiring in 5 years or Less, and How You Can Too”