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?
The post that outlines what I’ve actually decided to invest in.
The post about accepting that it’s sometimes OK to spend money.
The post that considers an alternative path to retiring early.
The post that asks whether it’s financially safer to save as though you are single.
The post that touches base on how I’m getting on with my 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.
The post that dwells on the anxiety we should all be feeling about how screwed most people’s futures are.
The post that considers who triumphs and who fails at personal finance in the world of Westeros.
The post that seeks the views of the personal finance community to decide how I should start investing in the stock market.
The post that considers the curious tales of the wannabe festival founder, heiress and rock star.
The post that delves into the envy that can be provoked by the FIRE movement.
The post that goes through what I splashed out on my recent flat purchase in London.
The post responding to another Saving Ninja Thought Experiment: what do you plan to accomplish once you hit financial independence?
The post that tries to find the downsides to solo living.
The post that trumpets the joys of living alone.
The post that compares the costs of owning with renting in London.
The post that goes through some of the problems you might face if you are buying a leasehold property.
The post-completion post that considers why it is so strangely deflating to reach a life goal.
The post that provides a guide to paying voluntary National Insurance Contributions (NICs) – and considers what factors you should consider in deciding whether to do it (especially for would-be early retirees).
The post responding to Saving Ninja’s Latest Thought Experiment. Never mind mulling on what you’d do if you won loads of money. How would you deal with total financial loss?
The post that tries to find some financial perks to being single. It’s a Valentine’s special!
The post that continues this affordable housing mini-series by looking at the details (and pitfalls) of the Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme.
The post that delves into the details of what you need to know about Shared Ownership and explains why I decided against it.