I’m 7 months into my first corporate job and I just can’t take it anymore — the long commute, the unfulfilling work, the lack of autonomy. This can’t be what the next 40 years look like, can it?
Flush toilets once a day. You read that right. It doesn’t matter if it’s a number one or a number two or if someone is sick with diarrhea and vomiting (sorry..had to go there). People legit only flush once a day to save money.
On today’s episode of the Financial Independence Podcast, I interview a reader named Tony who found this to be the case. He’s since decided to go back to the same career he retired from and is enjoying work (and life) more than ever.
One of my favorites is to use a bullet journal for budgeting. A bullet journal budget is an excellent tool to help you keep your spending in check, reach your savings goals, track your budget, pay down debt, etc.
The absolute best way to take care of that suffocating debt is to leave your retirement alone. Do not rob your future self to pay the debts of your present self. While you are young and healthy(er), you should be using this time to pay off your debts as soon as humanly possible.