Frugality Is Not Depravity – Why we don’t feel like we’re missing out by not spending money.
Getting down deep with this post, certainly putting the “personal” back in personal finance. It’s all about priorities, and then vs now.
How to cultivate a feeling of gratitude and having enough. No more chasing the Joneses!
Have you recently learned about FI and feel super enthusiastic? Have you thought about how that affects your close relationships?
How this one trick changed my life! 😉
In our first post of 2018, we tackle the difficult yet important topic of who you choose to spend your life with. Don’t forget your critical thinking when those love goggles turn everything rosy!
Advice-givers may have your best interests at heart, but they are still giving it through how they see the world, not how you see it, which is why I think you should always think twice on any advice you are given, to make sure it resonates with your own goals and values.
This Friday I encourage you to spend nothing. And not just today, but for several days. Create the habit, and build contentment with what you have.
We went down to the city centre to pick up some supplies and found that we do not miss going there regularly in the least!
We were going to get more frugal anyway, but then life threw us a curveball that forced us to for a while.