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 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 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 delves into the financial jealousy that can be provoked by the FIRE movement.
The post-completion post that considers why it is so strangely deflating achieving a life goal.
The post that considers how all your favourite Christmas movie characters would deal with their finances.
The post that tries to tenuously link going to a pantomime with financial independence and get rich quick fantasies.
The post that considers socialism and financial independence; responding to an article in the Guardian on the FIRE movement.
The post where I lay out factors that affect when you can retire. When am I hoping to retire and how do I plan to get there?
The post where I give the details of what sort of retirement fund I’m aiming for. How much money do you need to retire?
The post that tries to justify clogging up the internet with yet another novice UK personal finance blog.