Act as if what you do makes a difference.
(William James)

Money date

At the end of every month, I have a money date with myself reviewing the last financial month and planning the next one ahead.

The couch table

This is our couch table. I bought it in a Swedish furniture store in 1997. It is bruised and battered, but because it lived with me through so long and has seen so much of my life I would never even had considered to exchange it. I even had the occasion where I took prideContinue reading “The couch table”

Emergency Funds

I am a big fan of having emergency funds (or savings for a rainy day). You will sleep so much better! The FCA* states that 1 in 10 adults have no savings and a BBC survey revealed that half of twenty- somethings have no savings. Emergency funds is a savings pot reserved for life’s emergencies:Continue reading “Emergency Funds”

Minimalist Gift Guide

Minimalist? Gift guide? Necessary. I have been living the downsized lifestyle and telling people for a couple of years now, and I still get presents. It does take a while to shift habits, giving presents has become engrained. So here is a little guide that might be useful if the occasion arises and it involvesContinue reading “Minimalist Gift Guide”

About this blog

I believe that the world is better if people know how to shape their financial success. I also believe that we can and need to unlearn giving things power over us. This blog is about personal finances, sustainability and minimalism. Because they go very well together. They are the foundations of a good life. ThereContinue reading “About this blog”


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