Savings Report #14 - Biggest Loss Yet

This is a Saving Ninja savings report. Go to How To Track Your Savings to check out the Saving Ninja Super Spreadsheet. Please note that I split my expenses equally with my partner and the savings rate, house equity and house value represent my share only. The spreadsheet calculates my savings rate based off £12,000 worth of expenses per year, even though my expenses are actually Less Than 10k Per Year ....

September 12, 2019 · 3 min · SavingNinja

Guest Post: Selling my Dream Car didn’t End my Dream

Simon contacted me whilst I was on my honeymoon with an artfully drawn Ninja shuriken and asked if he could guest post on Saving Ninja. So, of course, I had to say yes! This marks the first-ever Saving Ninja guest post, so I’ve created a new subcategory called ‘Guest Post’, and if anyone else would like to contribute, hit me up over on the Contact page. Simon runs his own personal finance blog over at Financial Expert which he created back in 2010....

September 5, 2019 · 5 min · SavingNinja

Savings Report #13 - I'm now a Married Man!

This is a Saving Ninja savings report. Go to How To Track Your Savings to check out the Saving Ninja Super Spreadsheet. Please note that I split my expenses equally with my partner and the savings rate, house equity and house value represent my share only. The spreadsheet calculates my savings rate based off £12,000 worth of expenses per year, even though my expenses are actually Less Than 10k Per Year ....

August 27, 2019 · 7 min · SavingNinja

What is Happiness to you?

Welcome to Thought Experiment #7. At the beginning of each second month, a thought experiment question will be tweeted under the hashtag #ThoughtExperiment and everyone is invited to participate with their own posts, these will then go live together on the 15th of the next month (you can still join in after this date). Below is the question asked for this Thought Experiment. Most people’s lives are filled with so much commotion....

August 15, 2019 · 6 min · SavingNinja

The 10 Commandments of FIRE

Do you want to learn how to retire early? A lot of people who first hear about the FIRE (Financial Independence / Retire Early) movement are put off by thinking that they need to know a boatload of information about investing and personal finance in order to benefit from the concept. These people sometimes ignore the movement, never to hear about it again without realising that they’d just stumbled upon a gold mine....

July 11, 2019 · 2 min · SavingNinja