I Didn’t Know We Were Weird

As I’ve been increasing interaction with the “normal” online world (i.e., non-frugalistic crazy, non-obsessed with budgeting and spreadsheets people) through a variety of freelancing jobs, I’m noticing something. Those of us who are working toward financial freedom have a completely different idea of what a “need” and a “want” are than the rest of society.

Other Peoples’ Money

Awhile back on The Frugal Farmer I wrote about how household consumer debt is rising again. In the article, I referenced an anonymous article I read that said it was okay that consumer debt balances were increasing because the delinquency rates were low; about half what they were during the Great Recession. We seem to […]

Goal-Setting: A Matter of Focus

 Posts on goals Wednesday morning as I read personal finance blog posts before going to work, I noticed a theme emerging. The beginning of one month always means another month has just ended, and people were assessing the progress they’d made in March – being accountable about the goals they’d set. “Argh. Just no. I failed […]