What to do all day – when you retire early?

One of the big and probably most important questions one should spend some time on, is to think about your plans, goals and ideas for the day after your last day at work. This is not only true for people who plan to retire early, but also for everyone else. If you work until your … Continue reading What to do all day – when you retire early?

Why a beautiful office matters

I have been working abroad, in developing countries, for a couple of years now. All the hotels I worked at were luxurious 5 star properties, and only my current hotel is in a slightly lower 4 star category. But almost all the hotels had (and still have) one thing in common. Their back-office areas tend … Continue reading Why a beautiful office matters

Guilty pleasures

We all have some guilty pleasures. The movie, that everyone hates, but that you secretly enjoy watching over and over. The song, that you would never admit to your friends to have it on your playlist, but that you just have to listen to every now and then. The fast-food burger, that everyone know is … Continue reading Guilty pleasures

FIRE – It’s about time, not money

Financial. Independence. Retire. Early. F.I.R.E. If you are interested in financial freedom, sooner rather than later you will stumble upon this term. While reaching financial independence and being able to retire early is not a new concept, it seems that these days it got plenty of steam, and there certainly is a very good reason … Continue reading FIRE – It’s about time, not money

Is a house an asset?

When you start planning your financial future, let's say around the age of 25-35, one key factor to it, is to understand the difference between the 2 crucial elements that will determine whether your plan makes sense - or whether it doesn't. You need to understand what are assets and what are liabilities. The idea … Continue reading Is a house an asset?