Saturday Linkage


  1. What is the 30-day rule? (Millennial Money); what method to control impulse spending.
  2. Debt Freedom doesn’t equal wealth (Budgetnista); It’s a first step along the path, but just because you are debt-free doesn’t mean the story has ended.
  3. Asset Allocation: The security bucket (Physician on fire); Good description of your emergency fund and spending money for the next 1-3 years, and where you can place those investments.
  4. Twenty-Five Ways you could be saving money now (Simple Dollar); Nice list
  5. How to include charity in your budget (budgets are sexy); we set aside a percentage of our budget each month for this.
  6. Historical Returns of small cap and value stocks (mindfully investing); shows historical returns, which is where I had issues with our financial advisor’s numbers. Note that numbers are not adjusted for inflation.
  7. Solving the Housing Affordability Crisis (Financial Samurai); Can’t say I’m a fan of providing subsidized housing I think there are better ways to do this.
  8. How to enjoy early retirement (city frugal); Interesting list of some of the problems with our current retirement lifestyle, an dhow you can overcome them yourself.
  9. Fifteen Months into early retirement Q&A (Stop ironing shirts); Nice to get info from folks who have just started on the RE path.
  10. Retirement isn’t static (Cracking retirement); Be flexible with your plans. You don’t know what will come up, and you need to be prepared to take advantage of opportunities.
  11. Treehouse writing Studio (Retirement Manifesto); Someone’s always dreamed of a treehouse since he was a kid. How he made it work for him
  12. How much does it cost to repair your credit (Thinksaveretire); Costs for do-it-yourself to hiring someone to assist.

4 thoughts on “Saturday Linkage”

  1. That 15-month “review” from Stop Ironing Shirts I found helpful as well.

    We’re more than a few months behind them (pulled the RE trigger in the pandemic), so it’s kind of nice to have a feel for what’s in store for us in the near future.

    Thanks for sharing that post, along with many others from the FIRE-sphere!

    1. More than happy. We’re a nice community it appears, willing to share our lessons learned (no matter how painful)

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