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4 Simple Steps to Financial Independence

A couple of weeks ago, I featured a guest post by Barry Choi from Money We Have. That was one half of the content swap between our two blogs. Well today, it’s my turn to be featured on his site!

About Barry

In case you didn’t read my intro to Barry’s guest post, I’ll reintroduce him here:

Barry Choi is one of Canada’s top personal finance and travel experts. He makes frequent media appearances (how cool) and has heaps of excellent content on his blog. Yep, Barry’s kind of a big deal! 

I was tweeting with him when out of the blue, he offered to do a content swap. What? With little old me? No way!

I was a little awestruck by his offer, and had to verify that he was serious. (Did he realize how much lower my domain authority is?!) Barry graciously confirmed that he still wanted to do the swap, and I enthusiastically agreed.

Thanks again for the content swap, Barry!

About my guest post

I know how overwhelming it can be when you first discover FI. There’s so much to learn and do, and the end goal is barely in sight. That’s where my guest post, 4 Simple Steps to Financial Independence, comes in. 

In the post, I’ll help you get the ball rolling and build momentum by breaking the FI journey down. With the actionable tips I’ll share, you can take action and start making measurable progress today!

Visit Money We Have to read my post and leave a comment (I’ll monitor the post and reply to comments there). Let me know if I missed anything or if you have other tips to help a newcomer get started with FI. 

I hope you enjoy the post! If you find it helpful, please share it with others. And if you’d like even more helpful FI content, check out FI School: The Ultimate Guide to FI

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6 Comments

  • Reply
    drplastickpicker
    July 14, 2020 at 10:40 am

    That is amazing! I will check out his blog. I was just talking to one of our new young pediatricians and we were talking about personal finance blogs. And I was very blunt. I said “I don’t think generally doctors give good finance advice. You should read non-doctor FIRE blogs. ” There are some good MD finance blogs, but in general I think it’s better to read widely and get different people’s perspective. I’ll direct this young doc your way! Big congrats!

    • Reply
      Chrissy
      July 15, 2020 at 11:39 pm

      Hi Dr. Plastic Picker—your comments always delight me. The way you talk reminds me of my doctor friend Jenny. Funny, to-the-point, and lovingly maternal—in an authoritative, doctor-y voice. Ha ha. I love it!

      I’ve always found it odd that doctors have such a bad reputation when it comes to money. Why is that? It’s wonderful that there are so many physician personal finance blogs out there now. I hope they help to influence this new generation of doctors to do better with their money.

      Thanks for sending the new doctor my way. You’re very kind.

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    AnotherLoonie
    July 14, 2020 at 5:11 pm

    This is great 🙂 I really enjoy Barry’s blog. Happy to see you two are collaborating and expanding your audiences!

    • Reply
      Chrissy
      July 15, 2020 at 11:42 pm

      Hi AnotherLoonie—thank you for your kind words and for reading my post! I also enjoy Barry’s blog, and hope that we’ll both gain new readers from each other. 🙂

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    Smith Mitchell
    July 17, 2020 at 8:18 am

    Thanks for this post. Financial independence is my goal, your experience is very valuable.

    • Reply
      Chrissy
      July 20, 2020 at 8:32 pm

      Hi Smith—thanks for the comment and the kind words.

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