Lesson To Myself part II: Why Minimalism Changed My Life And Saved Me Tons Of Money

Reading Time: 12 minutes Notice: This post will be highly philosophical. Hopefully I can inspire someone. Everybody wants more We’re working so hard, but why? We want more. We want to have a bigger house, a nicer car than our neighbor, the perfect dress. When we finally land that job which pays us 50 k, we soon aim for […]

Lesson To Myself part I: What Would Happen If I Became More Like “The Mexican Fisherman”

Reading Time: 4 minutes The story below about the mexican fisherman is beautiful and really makes you think about the stressful lives we live everyday. The story reminds me as well about myself and my FI journey. It makes me ask questions like: -Why am I grinding so hard for that 9-5 life I don’t love? -Why can’t I […]

Why the 9 steps in “Your Money Or Your Life” reduced my route to FI from 15 to 8 years!

Reading Time: 11 minutes My thoughts about “Your Money Or Your Life” Wow. This book is too good. At first glance, you think that it’s just a book about money. It’s much, much more, though. It’s about money, but it’s also about digging deep and figuring out what it is you want for your life – what your purposes […]

24 Powerful Lessons From Jeff Olson’s “The Slight Edge” That Might Change Your Life!

Reading Time: 9 minutes The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson is a book that is a must read for not only people looking to improve their lives, but for people who need motivation and support. I could sum up “The Slight Edge” in a few sentences: success is built by making tiny daily decisions that lead you in the […]

Seeking Financial Independence As An Introvert (INFJ) Is Challenging!

Reading Time: 4 minutes Five years ago I took a personality test (Myers Briggs) and was litterally shocked by the result. I was labeled as an INFJ-introvert. This was a shock because I always was outgoing, social and had lots of friends. I took the test one more time, because this couldn’t be true, but yet the same result […]

Weekend Reads # 2

Reading Time: 2 minutes In this weekly section”Weekend Reads” I will recommend some articles that I liked and that influenced me in some way. Why You Shouldn’t Beat Yourself Up for Publishing Bad Content – Splurging on Freedom: “You Have to Start Somewhere. Every great writer started off small. Their writing wasn’t good. But they just started anyway. Go look up […]