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About: Conventional financial independence wisdom says that leaving a big city is the best way to accelerate your FI progress. But where does that leave the folks who love living in cities? What about those who need to live in one for work or family reasons? Are we all screwed? I believe that living in cities has pushed me toward FI rather than slowing my progress. That’s why I started writing CityFrugal back in 2018.
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Year Started: 2018
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Optionality: How to Flourish in an Uncertain WorldNovember 24, 2020
How to Thrive During the Second WaveNovember 17, 2020
Coast FI: An Excellent Fallback, but a Terrible TargetNovember 10, 2020
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