Why Getting A PhD Is A Terrible Idea If You Are On The Path To Financial Independence

Hello from impostor syndrome land! I do not mention it a lot on this blog, but the 4 year contract I keep mentioning as my current job is actually as a PhD student within natural science. In Norway, you are considered an employee as…

Saving Money By Hacking Your Motivation

Saving Money By Hacking Your Motivation – How I rewards myself by not spending money.

Post Marriage – Our solution to semi-shared finances

Post Marriage – Our Semi-Combined Finances

June Review

June Review – Expenses abound!

Your Money Or Your Life – 2018 Revision Review

I’ve read the new edition of Vicki Robin’s classic – Your Money Or Your Life!

My First Guest Post – Femme Frugality!

I got the chance to write a guest post for Femme Frugality, please make sure to check it out! 🙂

The Oppression Of Being Replaceable

The Oppression Of Being Replaceable – A privileged yet short-lived experience of working poverty.

March Review And Expense Report

We are really starting to look forward to spring in this months expense report. It’s all about the sun, and candy!

The Advantage Of Autism And Personal Finance

A few years ago, I was diagnosed with autism, answering a lifelong question about why I was so different from other children and the people around me.
Often presented as a stereotype in media, here are four reasons why a pattern oriented mind is a great thing for financial independence!