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All The Sushi Prepared For A Sushi Night

How to make your own sushi at home and save money

Last weekend me and my girlfriend tried to make sushi ourselves for the first time. It was an amazing and fun experience. We had a lot of fun discovering the joy and pain of making our own sushi from the comfort of our own home. To top it all of we saved some money (by not going to a restaurant).

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ECB Headquarters In Frankfurt

Ultra low Long-term interest rates: what this means

You’ve probably heard this word a few times in the news already, especially in lieu of the financial crisis and later the euro crisis. It probably also came up recently because it went below zero in your country as it did in mine not too long ago. I’m of course talking about long-term interest rate and their low (even negative) level.

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The Bitterness Of Poor Quality Remains Long After The Sweetness Of Low Price Is Forgotten

Frugal with a twist

Just like most people trying to achieve FIRE, I encounter the occasional jab regarding my way of living or at least how “I’m being cheap”.
I just don’t like throwing my money through the window every day and if I can save money by being more mindful I will do, i.e., being frugal.

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The Most Important FIRE Ratio: FIRE Savings Rate

The FIRE Savings Rate (SR), is probably one, if not the most important concept you must understand when you try to reach Financial Independence and Retire Early. It’s also the perfect place to start if you are wondering how to get into FIRE. So, let us see what this FIRE savings rate or simply “FIRE ratio” actually is.

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