Here is a selection of posts relating to personal finance, financial independence (FI), tracking your spend, side hustles and managing money as a family.
The most likely cause of stress in a relationship? Fights about money. These don't just arise between savers and spenders.
Did you know that we waste $2,500 per year purchases we regret? We've developed some shopping strategies to stop burning money on Amazon.
When we took a sabbatical we thought it would be a chance to recharge batteries. We did not think it would change our lives.
A kids allowance is a great way to teach kids about money in a controlled environment. Here's the system we use for our kids.
Are you considering a career break? Taking a sabbatical may be a great option. Find out more about planning for the when, where and when.
As a family of 6, we have learnt how important it is to keep it simple. In all aspects of our lives. And personal finance in particular.
We all wish we had discovered the principals of financial independence earlier in life. The truth is, we often missed opportunities that were staring us in the face.
Studies show we know little about personal finance - a key area for success in life and our relationships. Learning about personal finance is crucial
If big rocks represent our values - do you have enough margin in your life to fit in all of your big rocks?
Six months ago, we decided to give our kids money. More specifically, an allowance. Are we regretting it?
A slightly different post today – a link to our first podcast appearance. I must admit that this is a little terrifying!
Should you ever give financial advice to your friends? And should you choose liquidity over a higher net worth?