Back in 2013, my employer from back home had a job opening in the USA, and so I decided to move. I started earning so much more than what I was making back home, but once I got here I found that everything was so expensive. I didn’t know how I could survive with the […]
Ruby is a financial wizard, who aims to be FI ASAP! While working on her full time job, she’s busy doing side hustles like AirBnB-ing their room, travel hacking her way around the world, and freelance writing. On the little spare time she has, she travels, reads books, plans, writes, or hangs around with Rosie, her little fur-baby. You can visit her old website at Ruby Loves Adventure or follow her on Instagram , Twitter & Facebook.
As I mentioned in another post, The Best Books to Help Improve Your Life, I may do more of these book reviews, but will do them 5 at a time. Well, surprise! Here’s 5 more book reviews available for browsing in our humble blog. These vary from business, finance, and real estate investing books, so in some form or another, it is about money & earning it!
This particular edition, I decided to focus the reviews on Robert Kiyosaki’s Books. Why? Because Robert Kiyosaki’s “Rich Dad Poor Dad book” has been an integral part of my life. It was actually the first personal finance book that I ever picked up when I was around 16 to learn about money and how to make money work for me.
A holiday to Europe is most people’s idea of heaven – but in a continent as economically powerful as the Eurozone, prices are sure to test your bank. Here are five useful tips for making your money last longer in Europe. Research There are plenty of useful tools out there which will help to give […]
The Best Books To Help Improve Your Life Since Peter and I work full time, we don’t always get to travel everyday. In the down time that we have either by commuting, staying at home, waiting in a queue among others, we find other ways to improve ourselves and occupy our time by reading books. […]
As part of our financial independence goal, I kind of challenged myself to think more and more about how to earn more streams of passive and portfolio income so in the case that our earned income dries up, we’d have something to fall back on. The more I thought about it, the more it made sense, but the […]