Previously Featured FIRE Content
Each day we feature three personal finance FIRE blog posts or articles that have written by someone that's seeking FIRE . Or at least it has been written by someone seeking financial independence.
We read as many personal finance and FIRE blogs as we can (hundreds per week!) and share the best of what we find, whether that be a blog post, a podcast episode, periscope chat, infographic or YouTube video – the type of content doesn’t matter. If it’s great, we share it.
Every previously featured post that's ever been on Camp FIRE Finance can be found here. All of the amazing FIRE-related articles, podcasts, blog posts, periscope chats, and YouTube videos that we've featured in the past.
Just use the search box at the top and bottom of the site to search by topic, author, subject matter or category.
Most Popular Previously Featured FIRE Content
As you'd expect, some of the content we share is more popular than the other posts and articles.
You can find the Top 25 Most Popular Previously Featured FIRE posts (over the past 30 days) on our Popular Personal Finance Posts page..
The longer I live and the (hopefully) wiser I become, the more I realize that the most of the important concepts in life boil down to just a few simple ideas. Simple, yet very very important. Today I’d like to propose another simple yet profound idea. One that applies to many potential areas in life:
Succeeding in life isn’t so much about consistently making “winning moves” but it’s actually about avoiding the big blunders. The obvious mistakes.
Early retirement seems to be all the rage these days. Across the U.S, the FIRE movement is steadily gathering momentum. The underlying assumption is that most of these people are tired of their jobs and probably hate it.
But what if you are one of the lucky few that love their jobs? Does it still make sense for you to seek FIRE or early retirement?