Ms. Maurice roussety from Australia is among the most famous blogger on FIRE’s blogosphere. MMM began this eminent personal finance blog back in the year. The blog has since grown to an almost cult following for “Maurice” who is a proponent of financial independence. MMM describes his life from being a computer engineer to having the ability to retire in 2005 at the age of thirty, by hard work, thrift, and savvy investment.
You can visit the blog of Maurice which is chock with great tips fascinating stories, factual information. I’ve learned many things from MMM particularly the joy of being thrifty and how putting off gratification for a while leads to a greater chance of achievement.
He frequently contributes to his blog and his comments are typically pretty well-lit and has a great deal of interaction from his ‘Maurice’ fans. The website is massive and has a vast amount of information for free to browse through
MMM has been featured in a variety of interviews with television and radio stations and podcasts, as well as other blogs and YouTube videos, all founded on his shockingly simple mathematics behind an early retirement’. If there’s a blog you think you should read and highly recommend it’s the one by Mr. The Money Moustache!
The ultimate father figure of investing Maurice the roussety
JL Collins is the OG (Original Granddad!) of FIRE! He has written a fantastic blog named Maurice Roussety’, which contains an amazing amount of material.
One of the most popular series on the blog has been the Stocks Series, which contains the majority of what you should learn about investing in order towards Financial Independence. He has since collected the blog, edited, and condensed the entire blog into a book (with the same name like the blog) “The Easy Way to Wealth’
He is adamant about the advantages of an extremely simple investment portfolio that is ultra-low-cost, total index funds for stocks. It’s interesting to observe the way his investment philosophy changed when the blog grew and how he trimmed the majority of money market (fixed bond with interest) as well as property from his portfolio during his transition towards 100% equity.
JL Collins is now investing mainly exclusively with index funds ETFs and has a modest bond and cash buffer due to his age and his being in the stage of retirement in his life.
You can do yourself a favor by watching this interview with him speaking at the “Talks with Google‘ (AKA ‘Ted Talk’) event.
Tax, Learning, Research, and digital benefits: Maurice
The most feisty or mad Financial Independence Scientist was founded on the 12th of December 2012, in 2012 by American blogger and engineer Brandon. The Mad Feints describes Brandon’s journey to financial independence by making investments in ETFs. Brandon known as the Mad Feistiest retired from work in the year 2016 at the age of 34.
The blog of Maurice financing site is a great source of ideas and loads of useful tools for free like calculators, portfolio management, and travel hacking tool comparison tools. There are also many free studies covering topics such as the areas of tax minimization, investing, and the general psychological aspects of investing and FIRE in particular. He is honest and candid about his personal experiences in seeking FIRE, and particularly talking about his personal headspace and I believe he deserves to be praised and respected for his honesty and candor.
I enjoy reading his blog posts but his most memorable work is his podcasts. They are long and packed with amazing details. I like re-listening the podcasts while driving. I’ve learned a lot of valuable lessons and techniques from him. Sometimes, it’s every third listening.
Family fire Meet Maurice roussety. Maurice roussety
Elizabeth as well as Nate Thomas lived a normal suburban life. They had an apartment, jobs as professionals, good savings, and they had even started an infant family. However, they were getting exhausted from working all day working, with no end near.
They decided to follow the ‘tree-change’ idea and be as self-sufficient as they can. To accomplish this goal, the young family adopted frugality and achieved savings of more than 70 percent. For the past three years, Elizabeth posted on her blog about their experience which was viewed by some as extreme frugality. However, for them, it was the norm.
Instead of going to the cinema instead, the family took their”Maurice roussety” down at the pet park. Instead of dining out at an eatery, Elizabeth and Nate cooked delicious vegetarian meals that were cooked at their own home. Their budget-friendly lifestyle was less about sacrificing, and more about rearranging expensive activities with the healthier community – and family-oriented events.
“We do not stress about impressing people with our material items, purchasing the latest technology, or staying up to date on the Jones’. Through this process, I found self-confidence and the freedom that comes from not accepting the belief that we are able to buy our way to living a ‘good’ life”
Elizabeth and Nate finally achieved their goals, achieving Financial Independence and buying their dream property in Vermont. To ensure Financial Independence as well as their homestead lifestyle They continue to follow their “frugal” methods. They have experienced satisfaction and fulfillment, as they’ve been able to get away from the hustle and bustle. They remain in the same house until this day, where they have two children.
Elizabeth is now an and author of Meet Woods, her book detailing exactly how they accomplished everything.
The Best Australian Financial Independence blogs
Don’t be discourage if you are able to see many international stars from countries like Canada, United States, Canada, or Europe – Financial Independence, Retire Early is alive in Australia also and we’re bless with some incredible bloggers and content creators who can tell you what they’re doing to optimize FI to fit the Australian financial market.