How I managed my first month as a blogger

Middle aged you are thinking - and so was I. There has to be more to life then the regular 9-17 corporate rhythm. Preparing dinner, browsing the web/Netflix/flow-tv/insert your own habit, before turning in for the night. So one day in early April I found my self setting up my first blog on WordPress.com. Not … Continue reading How I managed my first month as a blogger

Confessions of a shopaholic

Hi my name is xxx...and I am a shopaholic. I'll tell you, trying to combine a minimalistic approach to life with being a husband and father of three is not easy. Today I had to buy something, as tomorrow is our anniversary (12.5 year - big thing in Denmark) and half way to the silver … Continue reading Confessions of a shopaholic

My best reads on capital, investment, risk and uncertainty

It is only natural, as an economist, that I have a reasonable interest in capital. In understanding capital; how it is accumulated, shared, gained, won, put to active use, running idle, inherited, and eventually lost (by either you or your heirs). ~This post contains affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, if you … Continue reading My best reads on capital, investment, risk and uncertainty

The financial status – part 2

Continuing from my last blog post about me and my family's income levels, and the tax rate in Denmark, let's use this update to dive into the current state of wealth for the little Minimal5 family. We currently live in a flat in downtown Copenhagen. It is a cooperative housing flat, which basically just means … Continue reading The financial status – part 2

The financial status – part 1

No reason to have a blog about financial independence with out providing some sort of financial overview of the blogger - right, so we might as well get to it. First a bit of background information about this blogger, so you have some sort of context to put it into. Basically, being "middle-aged" means that … Continue reading The financial status – part 1