|12-06-2011, 09:42 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2009
Mr. Money Mustache, anyone?
A few days ago, I discovered that one of my favorite bloggers is retiring. In his final post, he "passed the torch" to a new blogger, Mr. Money Mustache.
I'm a huge fan of personal finances, especially things that buck the trend. To my delight, I found that this blog kicks ass:
Mr. Money Mustache | Putting the Cash in your Stash
I've been adopting a similar lifestyle in the past year, and you really do save a lot of money. I know many of us dream of working less (or not at all) so be sure to read this over.
Since I'm on the topic of awesome PF blogs, here's a couple more:
How to Be Rich - Get Simple Tips On Personal Finance
Early Retirement Extreme (this is the one that retired )
|12-07-2011, 12:21 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Boston, MA
Why is he retiring early?
He makes a great point about the library. Checking out books saves a lot of money instead of constantly buying every new title that comes out. However, if I come across a book I want in my collection, I'll buy. But these days most of the books I buy are Kindle books. Only antique books live on my shelves.
Thanks for sharing the link! I'll read more on the site over the week.
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