3 Steps To A Debt-Free Life

Nowadays, more people are in debt than those who are not. This means that people increasingly are seeking debt relief for the following reasons: To reduce financial stress To become debt-free without affecting savings To improve family relationships To set up a bright future for their families If you are in debt, I suggest that you […]

How I Invest My Money: The Minimal Effort Investment Strategy

Some of the most frequent questions I get are related to how I invest my money. Actually, it is really simple and below I’ll share my thoughts on how you could invest your own money. My attitude towards investing I’ll be honest with you. I am not particularly fond of reading long investor reports or […]

10 Ways To Cut Down On Personal Expenses

Do you feel like you’re living paycheck to paycheck? Do you have enough of a buffer in your bank account to handle unexpected expenses? Are you spending more than you’re making each month? I decided to write a post on my top 10 favorite ways of saving money. If you’re having trouble keeping up with […]

How I Cut My Expenses By $1,928 Per Month

Since I started my journey towards financial independence and early retirement last year (and this blog shortly after), I have managed to save $1,928 each month by making significant changes to how I spend and think about money. I have managed to increase my savings rate (the share of my take-home income that I put […]

The 30 Fastest Growing Personal Finance Blogs Of 2017 – According To Data

This list is from 2017 – check out the 2019 version of the fastest growing personal finance blogs here. Three months ago I did a study on the best personal finance blogs of 2017 using the personal finance blog list from the Rockstar Directory covering more than 1,000 blogs. I gathered/scraped all sorts of data for […]

How I Paid Off $50,000 With The Debt Snowball Method (Guest Post)

This is a guest post from Eric Rosenberg, a finance writer at Personal Profitability, InvestmentZen, and other personal finance, technology, and travel publications. His sites are featured in my latest post on the fastest growing personal finance blogs of 2017. While I’ve never paid a cent of interest on a credit card or carried a […]

How To Pursue Financial Independence When Your Friends Don’t

Pursuing financial independence is a lot of fun. I really enjoy tracking my savings rate and making my monthly reports to see how my net worth is growing – and I am thrilled by the thought of not having to work for the rest of my life! Pursuing financial independence is also a lot of […]

How To Afford Your Honeymoon After An Expensive Wedding (Contributed Post)

This is a contributed post by Ethan R., who is a personal finance expert and writer. I have started accepting these contributed posts from time to time when I feel they can be relevant to the readers of MoneyMow. I just got engaged, so saving up for the wedding (and honeymoon!) is also a big […]

How To Think About Transportation – And Why I Always Bike

I always bike everywhere and rarely take a car or public transportation. I’m lucky to be living in Copenhagen that is relatively flat and bike friendly. I have also lived for a while in San Francisco and biked around (and God knows that is not a flat city!), and to be honest I would bike […]

How To Calculate Your Financial Independence Number

If you are pursuing financial independence and early retirement, you should have a financial independence number. If you have been on an FI journey for a while, this is nothing new to you. The financial independence number is the amount of money you need to be able to live off the returns on your net […]