Wrong and stubborn… … More Being stubborn and wrong is expensive
It was a pleasure to do an interview for the people of FIRE HUB. On their site, you can get a good overview of what goes on in Europe. … More Interview on Fire Hub
April 2020 was for me a month of full confinement. That gives interesting results in my spending. Check out the details … More April 2020 expenses
Becoming FI has long been a dream of me. I guess it is the dream of a lot of people FiIRE enthousiasts. And yet, I do take a lot of actions that go against the FI journey logic. My steps in the other direction I take steps away from FI. To become FI, you should … More My version of the FIRE journey.
2019 was a year on a one salary budget. … More Living on one salary
Part of a divorce is finding out what to to with the family home. We have found a solution for that. And it is not the most financial optimised solution. That is my lessons learned: there are limits to making rational, spreadsheet based decisions. How about following your feelings?
Yes, I am in the middle of a divorce. And that s#cks. On all levels and deeper than I thought it would. When you make your FIRE plan, you pay yourself first, you plan for the sequence of return risk, you read about the 4pct rule and all other math driven aspects.
It has been a while! That is an understatement. I refuse to count the weeks and months that I did not blog. There are many reason why that did not happen. Today I will focus on one: boredom.
Inspired by Geldnerd and Meneer and Mevrouw, I share with you my housing story. There are some ggod lessons in here, and I want to document these for my kids and interested people. I hope you can avoid my mistakes
The last weekend of February, a group of FIRE enthousiast met in Leuven for a weekend of FIRE fun and discussions. Who says Leuven, also says beer, so a bar was part of the plan.