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…
In the ideal world most people agree that it would be awesome if teachers had the time and resources to follow up every single student individually from a young age. To figure out how that particular child learns, and help them utilize it. We…
How do you manage if your SO has a disability that limits their ability to work traditional jobs? FI to the rescue, yet again!
Self-Insuring for Life – Our tactics and reasoning. When you’re different, you have to take care of yourself.
Category: Financial independence, Philosophy, Sidehustle Tags: anxiety, autism, blue collar, confidence, disability, employability, farm, flexibility, freelance, house in the forest, IBS, imposter syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, millennial, ponderings, priorities, self-employed, work, Working class
Sidehustle Log 05: Going Digital!
A Week Without Internet – and my new experiment.
Self-Erasure: Dealing with it and understanding it #MentalHealthMay
Relying On Your Partner – One Target At A Time. How I realised I had to step back to step it up.
Svalbard And Ponderings On Universal Basic Income. What can we learn from the community in the high north?
The Oppression Of Being Replaceable – A privileged yet short-lived experience of working poverty.
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