They tell us we live in one of the most expensive and heavily taxed countries in the world. But you know what? We do not mind, and here is why.
Is full time the right choice for you? Just like everything else, make sure this is a conscious decision with eyes wide open.
Are early retirees and people who pursue financial independence inherently selfish? Let’s take a look at that.
What would you do if money was no object? And why should that be at the forefront of your mind?
New post! Mr. E. shares with us his favourite things about moving back to Norway.
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Why we do not pay our student loans early, even if we really want to.
Don’t fear bringing your own lunch to work. Matpakke is an age-old tradition in my Norwegian family, and I think everyone should embrace it. Read on to find out why.
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