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Project Two
budgeting, financial, independence, budgets, investing, property, frugality
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London, United Kingdom
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SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
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I am around 3 years in to my journey towards personal financial independence, so I write this as someone who is not a newbie, but also senses a fairly long way to go. I’m looking at various ways to speed this up by tweaking the levers around E, S & I – Earn, Save & … Continue reading "Two invisible inflection points of the financial independence journey (2 down, 1 ...
Posted: Nov 07 2017 @ 5:13 AM
Blockchain, Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies were buzzwords of 2016, and have become even bigger buzzwords of 2017. Common consensus is that these Cryptocurrencies will either fizzle out completely or find maturity over the coming years. If you want to find out more about what Cryptcurrencies are, see here. Bitcoin is again today at a record high and … Continue reading "5 things to consider when creating a home for Cryptocurrencies / Digital ...
Posted: Nov 02 2017 @ 3:32 AM
I originally wrote and posted this on 25 July 2013, on a journey from Boston to New York. I was finishing my studies in Boston at the time and was going to meet my family in New York who were visiting from the UK for a holiday. I recently came across this post again and it … Continue reading "Extreme Saving: from Boston to New York – a tale of self sacrifice" ...
Posted: May 17 2017 @ 1:21 AM
In my Project Two journey so far I have picked up advice and inspiration from many sources. Here’s a post documenting probably the most historic of these sources (published in 1758 – an essay on wealth creation by United States Founding Father, Benjamin Franklin). I picked up a copy of Benjamin Franklin’s ‘The Way to … Continue reading "Personal Finance advice from 1758 – lessons from Benjamin Franklin (The Way ...
Posted: May 15 2017 @ 5:55 PM
Project 2 is not particularly groundbreaking in anyway whatsoever. It is no more than a method of budgeting to spend less than I earn, sticking to that budget, and investing the surplus, all with the intention of becoming financially independent sooner. What I think may be of interest to some however is the following: The … Continue reading "Project 2 – Jumping on the Path to Financial Independence" ...
Posted: Apr 28 2017 @ 3:49 PM
I’m going to use this first post to tell you how this site came to being. How Project 1 became Project 2. The story starts in 2014, when I’d fully left the comforts of university and moved into the world of work. I started a graduate scheme. The city I found myself in was London. … Continue reading "Project 1 becomes Project 2 – Trying to Save Money in London Town" ...
Posted: Apr 26 2017 @ 1:57 AM


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