March 2024 Article Roundup

All month I’m constantly reading. Be it various FIRE and personal finance blogs that I subscribe to, random things that pop into my feed, or suggestions from these aforementioned blogs. I keep a list of all of the stuff that I encounter throughout the month then filter those down to the best or most interesting which get included here.

The focus of these roundups is mostly on FIRE but other personal finance or other content I think could be interesting to the readers of this blog. If I got it from another blog’s roundup I try to give credit when I can.

With all those caveats out of the way, let’s get into it.

I liked this episode of Earn and Invest. It focused on a lot of the things I spend my time thinking about.

I liked this Life in FIRE post about drifting once retired. I found it via Accidental FIRE’s own roundup.

I’d already filed my taxes by the time I stumbled across this Can I Retire Yet post. But it may be helpful for you.

This Can I Retire Yet post on choosing retirement calculators was pretty good. It could be useful to someone out there overwhelmed by the options.

I liked this Humble Dollar post on retiring on your own terms. It reflects a lot of the problems I’ve seen people deal with when they Retire early. I stole it from this Can I Retire Yet roundup.

I liked some of the advice mentioned on the lifehack wall from this ChooseFI post.

While these are mostly things that I haven’t had to deal with. There are plenty of other expenses you could also include in this Financial Samurai post’s “sneaky expenses“. Pretty much any automated expense really.

I liked this Money with Katie post a lot. It also is a criticism I have seen some of these same issues leveled at some personal finance blogs before too.

I could write about what I liked from this Money with Katie post, but instead I’ll drop this quote that resonated with me. “But I wondered: Rather than resolving to live the life you actually want once you’ve surpassed a magic number, what if you tried living that way now?”

I don’t know if any of these tricks will be useful to me, as I won’t be traveling internationally until I hit FIRE. But I thought this Millennial Revolution post going over some of the tricks they’ve used in the past could be useful.

This Of Dollars and Data post goes over just what you actually have to save and invest to become a millionaire. I liked it.

This Of Dollars and Data post goes over some ways to prioritize tasks. I may even adopt some of it myself.

This was an interesting post from Of Dollars and Data going over some of the ways to determine whether you should rent or buy.

This Physician on FIRE post covers options early retirees have for navigating the healthcare system. Something I’ll have to deal with at some point.

As always I love all of these overrated financial things posts. They’re like my catnip. So I liked this Physician on FIRE post about it. I thought it had some good posts.

While I don’t agree with everything on this post. I did like this Stop Ironing Shirts post on lessons learned after five years of FIRE.

I liked this Wealthy Accountant post which shows another way to think about accumulating wealth.

I thought this White Coat Investor post on Generational Wealth was interesting.

That’s it for this month’s posts.

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