Last week I wrote about how our habits can make us rich or kill us. We pick up today where we left off: Continue reading “Are your habits killing not only your finances, but also your health? (Part II)”
Our habits can make us rich or kill us.
I first came across this thought in a Mr. Money Mustache blog post. After I read it, I started thinking: would I rather release some old habits and learn new ones—thus allowing me to work part time and free me up to spend more time with my family and on other activities I love—or work full time?
It was a no brainer: learn some new habits!
So ever since, I’ve been fascinated by the study of habits and read up on them whenever I stumble across a related book or article. Here’s a summary of what I’ve learned over the years: Continue reading “Are your habits killing not only your finances, but also your health? (Part I)”
“We’re in this stage of life where we’re supposed to have flexible time because we’re raising children, yet none of us have this time we need because we’re all working. It doesn’t make sense.”
One of my friends from Germany recently wrote this to me in an email and I agree wholeheartedly with him. So many of us are doing life backwards : having kids and working full time, but after the kids move out, then we retire or change to working part-time.
If people were financially free Continue reading “What Financial Freedom can do for you”