If you’re planning to reach financial independence and retire early in Malaysia, here’s everything you need to know to make it work.
You’d think going on sabbatical would mean going YOLO with my finances. Nope, not even close. Here’s how I’m keeping my numbers organized and on track.
Money can buy you lots of things, but the best things money can buy don’t fit in a shopping bag or on four wheels. They’re also the most powerful.
This book is a beast, but I read it…several times. So here we are: What I learned from Money Master The Game — 7 Simple Steps To Financial Freedom.
If your goal is to become financially independent, you need to know your numbers. Here’s what I’m doing to track all of mine.
A budget doesn’t have to equal deprivation, and the truth is, if you want to reach financial independence, you need one. Here’s why.
Rules are meant to be broken, right? Not if they’re your money rules. Here are the top 10 I live by to reach financial independence.
I quit my job in the middle of a global pandemic when so many were losing theirs. Here’s how I did it from a place of confidence and strength.
You can’t afford not to have an emergency fund. Here’s how to keep your financial peace of mind when life get’s uncertain.
What can you do to save more money? It’s challenging, but not impossible. Here’s what I do to keep over 60% of my income every month.