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CityFrugal

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Name:
CityFrugal
Category:
Frugality
Tags:
Stoicism, Financial Independence, Lifehacks, Budgeting, Minimalism, Freedom
Start Year:
2018

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Net worth:
$280,000.00
Location:
New York, New York, United States
Age:
Unspecified
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Gender:
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Life stage:
SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
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Latest Blog Posts

The neighborhood you live in is hugely important regardless of the city in which you live. It influences nearly every aspect of your day-to-day life. Will you need a car to get around, or can you walk everywhere? Will you have easy access to nature, or will a sea of buildings surround you? Whether you’re... ...
Posted: Sep 17 2019 @ 8:00 AM
If you read enough about people’s experiences living in big cities, you’ll come across plenty of stories about how people decided to leave them. Many times, these “why I left [insert big city here]” stories include a pivotal moment when the protagonist reached a breaking point. They’ll talk about the cab that splashed them on... ...
Posted: Sep 10 2019 @ 8:00 AM
I love running by the river as the sun is rising on a beautiful New York morning. I see the water rushing by with endless, unmatched strength. I see the imposing bridges spanning the water, examples of human imagination and will. I see architectural marvels rising dramatically on its shores, each one taller than the... ...
Posted: Sep 03 2019 @ 8:00 AM
We find ourselves in troubled economic times. The UK might already be in a recession. Germany’s GDP just contracted for the first time in the last ten years. The US-China trade war has been plaguing both economies to the point that the Federal Reserve and Bank of China have both taken steps toward more accommodative... ...
Posted: Aug 27 2019 @ 8:00 AM
I’ve been pursuing financial independence in one form or another for seven years. During that time, I’ve been the beneficiary of excellent career luck and a historic bull market. As such, I have enough money that nothing about my day-to-day would change if I received a big chunk of cash or if my net worth... ...
Posted: Aug 21 2019 @ 8:00 AM
A couple of years ago, I thought about switching my primary banking to Fidelity. The switch would make it easier to transfer money from checking into my investment accounts, which meant I was likely to invest more. I would also have more ATM options rather than being limited to one bank’s ATMs. However, the move... ...
Posted: Jul 23 2019 @ 8:00 AM
What did you snag on Prime Day this year? I didn’t pick up anything this time, though I have in the past. Part of the reason I didn’t buy anything is that I don’t have Amazon Prime anymore. As I near the end of my 20s, I find that I own everything I need to... ...
Posted: Jul 18 2019 @ 8:00 AM
I turn 29 today. 29 isn’t a particularly remarkable birthday and not one about which people typically make a big deal. But this year, I wanted to take a moment to take stock what I’ve learned so far. What follows are thoughts, admonitions, and wisdom that I’ve accumulated over the course of my life. My... ...
Posted: Jun 24 2019 @ 8:00 AM
My social life has always felt a little bit fragmented. Like most people, I have a lot of interests and hobbies. Like some people, I’ve lived in several different places over the past few years. Those stops led me to accumulate a lot of relationships with people that don’t overlap with one another. There are... ...
Posted: Jun 18 2019 @ 8:00 AM
What does your normal day look like? Here’s mine: I wake up, do my morning routine, head to the office, work for a while, take a walk, finish up work, walk home, and make myself dinner. After dinner I read until it’s time to go to sleep. The normal day I just described includes: Strenuous... ...
Posted: Jun 11 2019 @ 8:00 AM

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