THE PATIENCE OF WATER

TIME WILL BE ON YOUR SIDE

Patience is a virtue, especially in the age in which the most important is the instantaneous, the ephemeral. You must be prepared to act at any time, but you must be patient until that time comes. The major GOALS are not achieved overnight. Water has all the patience in […]

BLOG: EARLY RETIREMENT LIFESTYLE

REVIEW: RETIRE EARLY LIFESTYLE

 

I know it is early to talk about life once already in RETIREMENT, but it is important to dream big and remember one of the mottos that guide this blog: “Keep the feet on the ground and the head in the clouds.” It is crucial to be able to visualize […]

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THE MONEY . . . STAY AWAY

NO MONEY? JUST DO NOT BUY IT

 

It is difficult and the impulses are constant, but you must overcome temptation and keep a cool head. Think about what you really need, and the consequences or the impact of your spending goals.

If you do not have the money, do not buy it. It is […]

BLOG: LIVING A FI

REVIEW: Living A FI

 

Today we look into the blogger Living a FI, another engineer retired early, at 38, (another that I can not reach . . . a sigh for my time). In my opinion this is the clearest discourse on personal finance I have seen in the blogosphere. No mincing words, he […]

IGNORE THE NOISE

IGNORE EVERYTHING

 

Pursue your goal, be relentless in your effort, do not drop the ball, keep on running, keep on working, follow your strategy, keep believing in your dream. KEEP ON DREAMING. Along the way you will find many people that will discourage you and try to tell you that what you are after […]

BLOG: GO CURRY CRACKER

REVIEW: GO CURRY CRACKER

Go Curry Cracker, gives us another example about the actual possibility of retiring early. The nomad family of Jeremy, Winnie and their son, documents their particular roundabout the globe in the blog, apart from sharing tips on personal finance, savings and investments. Jeremy, the main architect of the blog, clearly speaks […]

MAKE YOUR CAR LAST

TAKE CARE OF YOUR CAR

It is quite likely that you live in a place where you need a car, even a car for each family/house member, or almost. If you are lucky enough to be able to walk, cycle or use public transport GREAT! But if you rely on your car, you know the […]

BLOG: Farnoosh (SO MONEY)

REVIEW

We approached the blog/page of Farnoosh Torabi, who I follow since she was making videos on Yahoo-Finance, always giving useful and practical advice on personal finance, and she is dedicated to disseminate knowledge about domestic economy, and home finance, among many other things. You can read her best tips here. For me, doing the […]

RECIPE: BREAD, BACK TO THE ROOTS

What is going on with bread in the US?

It seems that there are only two options:

a) It is very bad.

Either it is so light that when you cut it with the knife you crush it and make it thin as cardboard, or is so hard you could build a house for your […]

NEED vs. WANT

Oh! The eternal question again . . .

 

Almost like TO BE OR NOT TO BE, in this capitalist world, the main idea is that everything has to happen immediately. Your impulse turns into a NEED that is artificially created and becomes vital if it is not obtained at once. The basic needs are […]