7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom

I’ve written an ebook! I’ve not posted any articles on my blog for several weeks as I’ve been working on producing a free ebook to benefit my online network 👇👇👇 You can download it here Why have I written an ebook? Because I wanted to create something that contains all the information, tools and knowledgeContinue reading “7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom”

Frugal Win #1 DIY Bathroom Re-Fit

This first frugal win is a really obvious one that I’m surprised more people don’t do. And one that has easily saved us thousands of pounds! DIY. I have a few examples of this, but the biggest one, in terms of savings was when I refitted our bathroom, floor to ceiling, plumbing and all, completelyContinue reading “Frugal Win #1 DIY Bathroom Re-Fit”

Living Frugally – What does it mean?

Herein marks the beginning of an endless series, all about frugality. My intention with this post is to talk about what frugality is and what it means to me and go into some detail on the frugal actions I take which enable us to save money on everyday expenses, purchases and bills. I’ll follow thisContinue reading “Living Frugally – What does it mean?”

Early Retirement Strategy #3 – Maximise Your Savings Rate

What is a savings rate? Your savings rate is the percentage of your take-home pay that you save every month. It’s that simple. Lets break this out into an example. Say you earn an average UK salary of £36,000, that you have student loan debt, and that you’re enrolled in your company pension plan whichContinue reading “Early Retirement Strategy #3 – Maximise Your Savings Rate”

Early Retirement Strategy #1 – Compound Interest & The Power of Now.

In my previous post, I told you all about my story. I also told you how I track my current expenses, which gives me visibility of what to expect in retirement. This enabled me to calculate my FI number. What follows is a comprehensive, deep-dive into the many strategies I’m utilising to get me toContinue reading “Early Retirement Strategy #1 – Compound Interest & The Power of Now.”

My Story: How I took 27 years off my retirement age

To emphasise the potential of the information and simple, actionable tips I’ll be sharing with you in my future blogs, I felt it best to share my own story as a live case study. I’ll update you on a monthly basis with my progress, including: monthly expenses, savings, net worth and years to FI. WhilstContinue reading “My Story: How I took 27 years off my retirement age”

Introduction to a Financially Savvy Dad

Hi! This is it. My first post! Allow me to introduce myself first and then I’ll dive into why I decided to start this blog. The basics: Name: Financially Savvy Dad (remaining anonymous so the information I share with you doesn’t affect my career – employers can get funny about hiring people who intend toContinue reading “Introduction to a Financially Savvy Dad”