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FI Me Outta Here

Blog Info

Name:
FI Me Outta Here
Category:
Early Retirement
Tags:
General Finance, Early Retirement, Rants, Minimalism
Start Year:
2017

Blogger Bio

Location:
California, United States
Age:
30s
Race:
Unspecified
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
DINK (Dual Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Purchasing
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Latest Blog Posts

This week, I have another guest post by my friend and one of my favorite bloggers, Freddy Smidlapper! He’s a chemist who’s done it all (and his dog is pretty awesome too). Mrs. Smidlapper creates and sells artwork. Please go check out his content on his website. You Know Better, But Make the Idiotic Moves […] The post How Emotions Can Sabotage Your Best Interests appeared first on FI Me Outta ...
Posted: Jun 05 2018 @ 2:28 PM
This week, I have a guest post from Good Nelly over from the blog, My Way of Viewing. She has been blogging about personal finance for over 8 years. Today, she will share her viewpoint on how debt could have a negative effect on children. Every parent wants his/her child to be a good human […] The post Can Parents’ Debt Cause Behavioral Problems In Kids? appeared first on FI Me ...
Posted: May 24 2018 @ 11:46 AM
There have always been concerns over a self-driving option in Tesla’s vehicles, known as Tesla autopilot, and its readiness for the general public use. As with all new and untested technologies, it carries high risks. Recent accidents and fatalities are drawing much criticism over Tesla’s implementation. It appears the product does not seem ready to […] The post What Could We Learn About Early Retirement From Tesla Autopilot? appeared first on ...
Posted: May 14 2018 @ 7:53 PM
This story is long overdue and I didn’t know how to best to tell it. It’s always hard to talk about one’s own misfortunes, especially about how a person would manage to lose $4k in Las Vegas. I decided to talk about it anyways due to another post I came across (maybe on Twitter). An older […] The post How I Managed To Lose $4k In Las Vegas appeared first on FI ...
Posted: May 04 2018 @ 11:39 AM
Jerry Brown from Peerless Money Mentor was gracious to spend some time with me recently for a quick chat to share some of his insights. Just a bit of background on Jerry. He graduated from University of New Orleans with not one, but two bachelors of science degrees. One of his degrees is specializing in business […] The post Side Hustling & Debt: Interview with Jerry from Peerless Money Mentor appeared first ...
Posted: May 01 2018 @ 11:34 AM
I could never turn away from a poetry slam since CripsyDoc decided to start one on Rockstar Finance Forums. It’s always fun to participate in something like this once in a while. Can’t let my fellow bloggers CrispyDoc,  BudgetKitty, and MySonsFather have all the fun. Please check out their creative poems. Hope some of you will […] The post FI Poetry Slam – No Bongos Needed appeared first on FI Me Outta ...
Posted: Apr 30 2018 @ 8:26 PM
Freddy Smidlap, came up with the idea that most of us generally overlook – that overtime is one of the most underrated side hustles ever. He got me think a bit about this after reading one of his posts when he was in manufacturing and I got his permission to elaborate further on the idea. A lot […] The post Overtime Is The Most Underrated Side Hustles Ever appeared first on FI Me ...
Posted: Apr 20 2018 @ 1:31 AM
No one is born with financial literacy. It is a learned life skill, just with anything else. The more you learn about and practice it, the better you will get; and with better results. Learning how to handle your money will help you succeed in life. This is why I thought it would be helpful […] The post A Simple Beginner’s Guide to Financial Literacy appeared first on FI Me Outta ...
Posted: Apr 17 2018 @ 7:41 PM
Experiencing art in person is always a grand experience for many. It feels a bit like an adventure through history or viewing different perspectives in someone else’s shoes. However, paying for admission is not such a cool experience. With some careful planning and research, you might be able to avoid paying full price entrance fee […] The post Plan on Visiting a Museum' Go for Free or at a Deep Discount! ...
Posted: Apr 11 2018 @ 4:25 PM
Just a bit of background on Brian from Debt Discipline. To kick off financial literacy month of April, Brian has graciously agreed to be in an interview, so he could share his experience and insights. Brian started his blog Debt Discipline as a way to help keep him and his family accountable as they pay […] The post $109,000 of Debt Gone: Interview with Brian from Debt Discipline appeared first on ...
Posted: Apr 07 2018 @ 10:26 PM

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