After a long hiatus I’ve decided to formally end my brief foray into blogging.
The post looking back at 2019 and the extent to which I met my financial goals.
The post that explores my latest extended period of low mood (what I call a “grey dog”) and what I hope to do about it.
The post that looks back on my first year of blogging and gives an update on my financial situation and where I’ve vanished to.
The post that asks: does the world really need so many blogs? What is the point of your blog?
The post that considers what the future of work looks like in 2030. How do we escape the relentless monotony of employment?
The post that considers whether the personal finance community is full of naïve higher earners that don’t realise that saving is only for the middle class or wealthy.
The post that delves into the psychology of how to save more money with another water analogy.
The post that outlines how to save money using the Savings Fountain principle.
The post that considers the trade-off between earnings and happiness. Where do you fall on the happiness v money debate?
The post that considers the age old question of whether you need money to be happy.
The post that asks: should we really be encouraging everyone to join the financial independence movement? It really needs consumerism.
The post that outlines what beginner’s investment strategy I’ve actually chosen.
The post about accepting that it’s sometimes OK to spend money. Accept your financial vices.
The post that considers an alternative path to retiring early. I’m rethinking early retirement (sort of).
The post that asks whether it’s financially safer to save as though you are single. Are you really financially independent if you’re in a couple?
The post that touches base on how I’m getting on with my financial goals halfway through the year.
The post that talks about being alone, not wanting children, asexuality and being generally a bit of an oddball when it comes to human feelings. It’s fine to be a relationship outlier.
The post that dwells on the anxiety we should all be feeling about how screwed most people’s futures are. All fear the pension crisis.
The post that considers who triumphs and who fails at personal finance in the world of Game of Thrones.
The post that seeks the views of the personal finance community to choose my investment strategy.
The post that considers the wannabe festival founder, heiress and rock star. Tales of lifestyle fraud.
The post that delves into the financial jealousy that can be provoked by the FIRE movement.
The post that goes through what my purchase costs were as a first-time buyer in London.
The post responding to another Saving Ninja Thought Experiment: what are your plans for retirement?