Thinking about any significant life change, usually sets off a chain reaction of anxious thoughts and limiting beliefs. This is completely normal. The first step to working through these limiting beliefs related to scarcity is to understand your numbers and what they mean for your life today.
I’m so excited to share this Slow FI interview with Angela (aka Frugal Nomad Mom). As a single mom, Angela used geoarbitrage to move to Croatia with her son. This decision dramatically improved her quality of life and has allowed her to experiment with building her own business.
I usually learn and process information best by reading. When I knew I needed to change my life (but didn’t know what to do or how), I started reading. In this post, I discuss five life-changing books that have influenced my journey.
I’m excited to bring you a new, first-of-its-kind interview! In the first Passion Hustle Interview, we learn all about how Marie is monetizing her calligraphy business. One important component of building a Slow FI lifestyle is finding work that you truly love. I’m excited to bring you more stories in this series.
Whenever we dream big, work toward goals, or step out of our comfort zones, self-limiting beliefs pop up. That’s why I wrote this post. I want to share six strategies that I use to overcome my self-limiting beliefs.
In this Slow FI interview, Michelle shares how she quit her job and built multiple different streams of income. She is an excellent example of leading with your life. You can decide what you want, and then, you can fit your finances around that.
Before pursuing financial independence, there were many things I wanted to do in my life that I didn’t believe were actually possible. After being introduced to financial independence, I’ve realized that the options available in life are so much bigger than I ever thought possible. Through the pursuit of financial freedom, I can envision my ideal life, and I can make it happen. Creating a financial independence bucket list is a tangible way to make that happen.
If we don’t look at lifestyle design as continuous action, anything can be a lifestyle design. Technically, working 40+ hours/week for 40+ years is a lifestyle design. But, unless you are intentionally choosing that lifestyle for yourself, you are not designing your life. If you don’t actively design your life, you are choosing the default.
In this Slow FI Coffee Date, Mel (from Modest Millionaires) and I discuss her recent decision to take a sabbatical, our experience as entrepreneurs, and the importance of building community when designing your life.