Lose Weight And Build Healthier Habits With Noom

Lose Weight And Build Healthier Habits With Noom

Every January, folks make resolutions to lose weight and then promptly quit a few weeks into the new year. Or, if you’re like me, every summer you vow to lose a few pounds by eating local vegetables and getting more exercise. While this year I’ve been successful, that hasn’t always been the case. In fact, most years I’ve failed and wound up at the local ice cream shop more than … Read more

142R | Envelope Overwhelm

142R | Envelope Overwhelm

A discussion about simplifying personal finances as well as this week’s episode with Paula Pant’s take on real estate. Personal Finance Made Simple Although many spend hours each month dealing with bills, Brad has set up his personal finances on autopilot. With that, he only has to devote a total of 10 minutes a month to personal finance problems such as writing a check to pay a bill. Personal finances … Read more

The Best Audiobook Services For Readers And Non-Readers

The Best Audiobook Services For Readers And Non-Readers

Thanks to technology, everything is evolving, including the way we read books. In fact, many people don’t read physical copies of books at all. Audiobooks have become more popular in recent years, and for good reason. After all, who wouldn’t want to listen to Stephen Fry read the Harry Potter series? It’s pretty great. Audiobooks offer a variety of options that traditional books don’t. Here are which audiobook services have … Read more

141 | Reset: An Unconventional Guide For Getting Unstuck With David Sawyer

reset

Jonathan and Brad talk to David Sawyer who just released his book, . The book is aimed at helping people who feel stuck in their careers as well as an optimization strategy for Financial Independence in the UK. Inspiration For RESET David grew up in a home where his parents didn’t follow the fads. He graduated from university without any idea of what he wanted to do. In his mind, he … Read more

140 | FI Lifestyle Before FI Number With Nick True

140 | FI Lifestyle Before FI Number With Nick True

Nick True from Mapped Out Money talks about designing an FI lifestyle before reaching an FI number. Currently, Nick and his wife live in an Airstream trailer with the flexibility to live wherever they want to be. Quitting His Day Job For Life On The Road When Nick and his wife quit their jobs for a life on the road, it was not because they had achieved FIRE. However, the couple … Read more

Cell Service Starting At $5 A Month: Gen Mobile Review

Cell Service Starting At $5 A Month: Gen Mobile Review

If you’re on the road to FI, you know you need to cut some expenses. One of the best budget-friendly moves you can make is to find a cheaper phone plan. This can be an easy way to cut your expenses while not sacrificing any of your lifestyle. Here’s a look at , a new cell phone carrier that offers cell phone plans starting at just $5! What Is Gen … Read more

138 | How To Get Paid To Go To College With Anthony Gary

138 | How To Get Paid To Go To College

Anthony talks about the strategy he used to go to college for profit in his senior year. The strategies he outlines could be used as early as freshman year to make college a profitable experience. High School In high school, Anthony had a relatively high GPA and solid standardized test scores but no means to pay for college. As a self-proclaimed “know-nothing” high schooler, Anthony headed into college relatively blind … Read more

Earn More Interest On Your Emergency Fund: CIT Savings Builder Review

CIT savings builder

Once you start your FI journey you likely have a good amount of cash sitting in a savings account. Between saving up for purchases and filling up your emergency fund you may find yourself having quite the nest egg sitting there not doing much for you. Finding a high-yield savings account is a great way to get a little interest on your savings. About The CIT Savings Builder There’s a … Read more

Start Using A Meal Planning Calendar To Save On Groceries

Meal Planning Calendar

You’ve probably heard people talk about meal planning as a way to save money on groceries. It might even be something you’re considering but haven’t started yet. Maybe you’re confused or overwhelmed or feel like you can’t get a handle on what to do. It’s okay. I’ve been there, too. It took me a while to get into the groove of meal planning and really stick to it. What made … Read more

How To Start Buying Your Groceries Online

How To Start Buying Your Groceries Online

Grocery shopping–some people love it, some people hate it; either way, it’s something we all need to do. Eating out every day isn’t cost-effective, and it’s certainly not healthy. Luckily, there’s a very easy way to buy groceries these days–online. Here are the best places to buy groceries online, plus I’ll discuss if it’s really cheaper than going to the store yourself. Why You Might Want To Buy Groceries Online … Read more