Financial Independence

SFP 35: Financial Independence with Paula Pant

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Minimalism, Podcast

Listen in iTunes This is episode 35 and today I’m here with Paula Pant talking about financial independence. Paula is financially independent and helps others break free through her Afford Anything podcast. We go over what FIRE is, how to increase income, reduce expenses, invest, and avoid common pitfalls. Support the show on Patreon Adventure of the Week This week I share our many adventures with my visiting niece and nephew. Follow along on Instagram Highlights We cover what FIRE or Financial Independence actually is. She shares her advice for increasing income. We go over how to dial down expenses. […]

Intentional Spending

SFP 30: Intentional Spending with Elizabeth Willard Thames

Posted 3 CommentsPosted in Minimalism, Podcast

Listen in iTunes | Listen in Stitcher This is episode 30 and today I’m here with Elizabeth Willard Thames talking about intentional spending. Elizabeth Willard Thames, better known as Mrs. Frugalwoods, is the creator of the award-winning personal finance blog, Frugalwoods.com. In 2016, at age 32, she reached financial independence and left a successful career in Boston to create a more meaningful, purpose-driven life on a 66-acre homestead in the woods of Vermont with her husband and their two young daughters. Thames is the author of Meet The Frugalwoods: Achieving Financial Independence Through Simple Living (HarperCollins; March 2018). Thames has been featured on The […]

Money Book List

Personal Finance Book List

Posted Posted in Minimalism

contains affiliate links I finished school after 22 years of formal education (I’m counting preschool and grad school) knowing absolutely nothing about personal finance (reason #9726 why we homeschool). I always considered myself to be pretty smart and good with money, but as I peeled back the layers of mainstream assumptions (parenting, schooling, working, consumerism, etc.), I began to see money in a whole new light. So, of course (you know how I do), I took a deep dive into all things personal finance to learn everything I could about how to have an intentional relationship with money that aligned […]