This week’s Momentum Series Interview is with Michael from the personal finance blog Savebly. Michael shares his financial journey, top money resources, thoughts on money vs. happiness, blogging experiences and more.
One of the best financial decisions you can make is to get started investing as early as you can in your financial journey. The benefits of reaping the rewards of compound interest and forming that financial habit will be crucial in building wealth over your lifetime. Index funds are an easy, cost-effective to way get started (this is guest post from Just Start Investing).
This Momentum Series Interview is with Richmond from the personal finance blog PF Geeks. He shares his financial journey, money lessons learned, tips on ways to save money on food, blogging experience and much more.
Are you looking for travel hacking tips and advice on credit card rewards? The Reddit Churning subs have provided me great lessons, tools and value to help save on travel so I can see more of this amazing world for less (or free).
This Momentum Series Interview welcomes Tawnya, one half of the blogging duo, from Money Saved Is Money Earned. Tawnya shares her financial journey, thoughts on consumerism vs frugalism, who her financial mentors were and are, personal finance blogging experiences and much more.
The power of smartphones and mobile apps have changed the game for the worlds of both personal finance and fitness. Best of all some of these apps even combine the 1-2 punch of making money and staying active. Here are 7 great apps that pay you to walk and stay fit.
This Momentum Series Interview is with Bernz JP from the personal finance blog Moneylogue. Bernz JP shares his financial journey, top money resources, thoughts on the power of knowledge and self-discipline to reach FI, blogging experiences and more.
This Momentum Series Interview is with Jeff from the personal finance blog DollarSprout. Jeff shares his financial journey, turning their website into a 7-figure business, blogging insights as they reach millions of readers looking to improve their personal finances and more.
We’ve reached Volume 52 of the Weekly Roundup – Momentums Finest on Saturdays featuring some of my favourite personal finance and personal development blog posts & podcast episodes from the past week.
The Future-Optimization Framework is a special review of chapter 13 from Grant Sabatier’s new personal finance and FIRE book, Financial Freedom. This chapter focuses on daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual habits to better take control of your money and life.