I’m now a Senior Associate. Some pearls of wisdom I wish I knew when I started.
Fighting the Twitch. My internal urge to buy shit.
Financial Independence means something slightly different to me than it means to Mr YFG. It has a much more deep meaning for me as it is linked to what it means to be a woman[…]
One of my favourite articles of all time is by Raptitude (one of my favourite bloggers). It explains the concept of “go deeper, not wider“. I love this concept and apply it to my life.[…]
Ever wondered what Mr and Mrs YFG sound like? No? OK, well you can find out anyway! as we were interviewed for Ms Zi You’s UK Financial Independence podcast, UK FI Pod. Here’s the link.[…]
Being on the path to FI makes you reassess your life somewhat. It’s all about priorities: you let your happiness take priority over other things and plan to do what makes you happy. Part of[…]
Mr YFG did a post a while ago about depression and working in finance. I thought I would tell my own story, of living with anxiety and doing my job. As Mr YFG has already[…]
Reading our blog back to myself now and again, I think sometimes it can come across like we’re some kind of Home & Country magazine yuppies with a perfect life. Oh, we don’t fight, oh[…]
I was listening to a ChooseFI podcast this week and it set off my idea for this post about our ideal life. The podcast asked me to think about my ideal life post-FI. If money[…]
Mr YFG and I were on holiday recently, sat on the beach in the delightful Mediterranean heat. All you could hear were the waves and seagulls….and an elderly couple bickering. This couple had been on[…]