Get Rich Slowly

Exciting news: J.D. Roth invited me to write a guest post for his legendary blog Get Rich Slowly! You can read it here:

Money story: Our financial 180

The post is part of the “money stories” feature, where guest readers post their own stories of financial success – and failure. For February, the theme is relationships, and how couples manage their money together. I tell the story of how the wife and I worked together to turn our finances around, and the unique challenges we faced along the way.

I had the pleasure of first meeting J.D. at Camp Mustache last year, and I'm excited he gave me the opportunity to tell my story to a wider audience. While you're visiting, be sure to hit the subscribe button, if you haven't already!

Interested in starting your own Financial 180? You've come to the right place. The math is easy: create a gap between what you earn, and what you spend. If you can save half your income, your working career will only be around a decade long! Want to shorten it even more? Read on to see exactly what expenses the wife and I cut from month to month. Track your progress against the milestones of FI, and gradually build up your own savings snowball. Check out the books and links in our resources section and jump-start your journey to FI. The you ten years from now will be glad you did! Ready? Start here.

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2 thoughts on “Get Rich Slowly”

  1. Maybe your next blog post could be on the pitfalls of sequence of return and what it’s like to retire into a correction/recession.

    Me personally, I’m really enjoying the sale on stocks this year.

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