The Germans are coming…and other Covid-19 related PF news

Everyday life is slowly returning here in Copenhagen. The whole family is now back in the rat 🐀 race. Still keeping distance, not taking public, and still haven't been out for dinner 🥘. Tomorrow, we are invited over to a couple of friends though, so we'll see how that goes. More importantly thought, summer time … Continue reading The Germans are coming…and other Covid-19 related PF news

Personal finance decisions during COVID-19

Lean back everybody, and hold on, cause we are about to embark on a bumpy ride. Trying to build that perpetual money machine that will allow you to reap the yields of the capitalist markets has not been that easy so far this year. What started out, as just a continuation of last years calm … Continue reading Personal finance decisions during COVID-19

Risk Mitigation Strategies and Covid-19

I know - this blogpost is going to be slightly off topic, considering my usual topics of personal finance, sustainability and minimalism, but... Being married to an M.D, Ph.D and being an M.Sc in Economics myself, no doubt these two worlds have been discussing with each other quite a bit during the last 3 weeks. … Continue reading Risk Mitigation Strategies and Covid-19

Minimalism in the age of Corona

So Minimal5 Dad, how are you these days? How are you coping with the social distancing policies, working from home 🏡 and homeschooling your Kids in the age of Corona? Well thank you very much for that question dear curator. So far I am 23 days in, and I have to say there have been … Continue reading Minimalism in the age of Corona