Tag Archives: minimalism

That stuff is money!…selling on Ebay for fun and profits

When we last moved, we looked round a number of houses. We saw many different styles, layouts and interiors. But there was one feature which most had in common: they had a room that you couldn’t go into. It wasn’t a secret: the sellers / agents were happy to show us the room…its just that […]

The Beauty of Minimalism

We are buying things we don’t need, with money we don’t have, to impress people we don’t even know The Minimalists At last! I finally got round to watching the film “Minimalism” on Netflix which features Josh and Ryan aka The Minimalists. I loved the film and I’m fascinated by the overlap between minimalism and […]

What to expect when you’re expecting

So you’re expecting a baby! As we all know from the adverts and the Disney films, this is the most wonderful thing in the world, a time of boundless joy and happiness where you bring life into the world, strengthening the bond with your soulmate and everyone living happily ever after. Or is it? Yes, […]

Is it possible to get to Financial Independence on £12,500 per year?

This post was originally published in Oct 2018 but I updated it in Aug 2020 including a funky diagram from http://www.retireby40.org The answer, of course, is no. And yes. But mostly no. Huh? Let’s start with no. You’re not gonna get on the housing ladder let alone get to full financial independence if you’re earning […]