Blog - Table of contents
16th - Comments have been disabled
13th - Guest post: Can anyone retire immediately?
31st - Guest Post: New Escapologist — 5 year update
30th - Podcast: I got interviewed on radicalpersonalfinance.com
8th - Update 5 – We bought a house
1st - The engineering triangle of financial independence
23rd - PBS Next Avenue — The full interview
18th - Guest post: 16 more months to retirement!
1st - Guest post: Married…with children…my path to financial independence
1st - Guest post: It started one Friday afternoon, …
15th - Guest post: A five year plan to leave the rat race
15th - Woodworking toy trains
20th - Podcast Review of the Early Retirement Extreme Book
13th - Not enjoying life in extreme early retirement?
10th - Theory of mind
29th - Food, health, and (long and short-term) costs
20th - Do I think Asian? Do you?
18th - Man saves tens of thousands of dollars just by thinking
19th - That word “retired”
30th - Update 4 – Some woodworking projects
28th - The biggest blogging mistake I ever made …
20th - Update 3 – Interesting spreadsheet calculation
28th - Update 2 – Look Ma, No car!
30th - Update 1 – From the Windy City
1st - Guest post: How I became financially independent by writing and selling websites
1st - So long and thanks for all the fish
13th - Trading, different players, and beating the market
11th - Email problems and how to contact me — a short primer
3rd - Alternatives to a consumer economy and the point of humanity
28th - Living like a student
27th - Guest post: Aspiring pensioners, read ERE
24th - What permaculture and ERE have in common
23rd - Survey: The spousal problem
22nd - Angry people, insults, frugal lifestyles, and the poor
20th - ERE book giveaway on Brave New Life
19th - Peak oil, the next Kondratiev cycle, generational turnings, and ERE
19th - Podcast: I got interviewed on The Survival Podcast
14th - Dunbar, technological advances, and the failure of social structure
12th - 99 percenters, capitalism, and natural slaves
11th - “You’re not retired” and some further musings on what retirement means
10th - How I live on $7,000 per year
8th - Introducing The Early Retirement Extreme Wiki
7th - What are we? Bohemians? Hippies? Neocapitalists?
5th - Homework assignment: No soap radio investing
2nd - High multiple leverage, a problem with the total return approach
1st - “You should value experiences over stuff”
30th - Magic The Gathering and Lifestyle Design
28th - The survival podcast on consumerism
27th - “What kind of investment books do you recommend?”
25th - Twitter interview answers: 3b
23rd - Bloggers, collect your tips!
22nd - Twitter interview answers: 3a
21st - Guest post: Ten years after financial independence, the story so far
20th - First impressions count — fitting square pegs into round holes
20th - Twitter interview #3, call for questions
19th - Do we REALLY need citations these days?
18th - New York City Meetup, November 2011
16th - Gresham’s law of content, tipping content providers, and providing a better compensation model for the internet
15th - Garden update – Fall 2011
14th - Guest post: War resistance through taxes and frugality
12th - Early Retirement Extreme – My story
8th - Meetup in Austin, TX Sunday Oct 2nd at 5pm
6th - Podcast: I got interviewed on richsoil.com
6th - S&P500: -15.7% versus Jacob: -9.7% & +5.7% — The INV book project
5th - Guest Post: Paul Wheaton on using cast iron skillets
2nd - Free things you can do to make me happy
1st - The debt slave revolution will not be televised
30th - Three different definitions of retirement and the resulting confusion
29th - Do you want to start a business/project with us?
28th - DIY improvisation of a patio table
24th - “Your early retirement lifestyle is one step away from being homeless…”
23rd - My current three book projects
19th - San Francisco East Bay Meetup Sat. Sep. 3rd 2011
4th - Container gardening using DIY self-watering pots
2nd - Eugene, Oregon Meetup, Saturday August 13th
30th - Market professionals and market efficiency
28th - On elevating humanity
27th - Guest post: Join the military to retire early?
25th - Updated Frequently Asked Questions
23rd - Cassandra be damned: Incremental resiliency for the long emergency
18th - Three requirements to retire early
10th - The Idler #44 has been released
9th - Scientists vs engineers, a postmodern perspective
7th - Musings on postmodernism, ignorance, and my answer to “Do you really believe people are dumb?”
5th - ERE book – grade level comprehension survey
3rd - Guest post: The Military Guide to Financial Independence and Retirement
1st - The ethics of ERE and of dropping out of the system
30th - Being frugal as an end in itself
27th - The bill-paying lifestyle
26th - First attempt at saw sharpening
22nd - Health insurance for extreme early retirement
14th - Myths and the future
9th - Guest post: ERE explained! – Part 2
8th - Guest post: ERE explained! – Part 1
1st - What retirement is and means to me
31st - Borsodi, industrial slavery, and rebooting the Matrix
30th - Homemade woodworking tools – part 1
24th - Guest post: The Quest of Financial Bloggers to Save The World
22nd - A homemade map holder for my bicycle
17th - The ERE book has now sold 2500 copies
26th - Books to understand the future
21st - The ERE book is available on kindle on Amazon.DE
18th - DIY $4 rake
17th - On rabbits and turtles and popular lifestyle gurus
12th - Explaining ERE with a kitchen analogy
4th - My essay in New Escapologist #5
2nd - Your blog recommendations
31st - Spring 2011 update
26th - You don’t know what you don’t know
26th - One more year before comfort
21st - Great book for analysing real estate (and stocks)
9th - Why so few succeed
4th - Tenouchi and appropriate action
2nd - Business models vs business philosophies
1st - Sniping on eBay
23rd - Meetup in Seattle Sun Feb 27th @ 2pm
21st - “DIY” Return address labels
15th - Guest post: Fulfillment
8th - The independence of money
4th - Measuring prosperity by less activity, not more
25th - DW’s idea of fun and Christmas cheer
15th - The importance of not being a punk
11th - Guest post: The Pareto Law of Budget Management
4th - The forest versus the trees
4th - Win a free copy of the ERE book
4th - In these trying economic times …
29th - On gratification
28th - Cold showers — one year later
21st - Is your lifestyle design robust?
12th - Why Early Retirement Extreme is a bad name
2nd - I’m happy I’m no longer the only one
29th - Guest post: Retired at 33
26th - The connection between ERE and peak oil
24th - This week’s meetups: Berkeley, CA and Oahu, Waikiki
23rd - How I feel about splurging
22nd - Some bean cooking tweaks
19th - Hello new readers!
19th - When management sucks
12th - Guest post: Why I’m pursuing ERE: greed vs. passion
10th - See what I’m reading on goodreads.com
9th - Fall 2010 update
5th - The difference between a live book and a dead book
3rd - Do It Yourself ERE bookmarks
1st - The ecotechnic future and early retirement extreme
31st - How democracy works
28th - How I learned to stop worrying and love the “end of the world”
28th - The hedged nature of early retirement extreme
26th - What I have learned about book publishing
25th - Amazon.com has reduced the price to $14.36
24th - Graphing the meaning of retirement
23rd - Making money and keeping score
22nd - Review the book on amazon and get $6 off
21st - I’m guestposting on Yakezie.com today
20th - Getting the ERE book from the library
19th - Sacrificing too much for early retirement?
18th - The two things I liked the least about my last job(s)
16th - Preorder the paperback on amazon.de and amazon.co.jp
15th - Book reviews and future plans
15th - The book will be on amazon.ca, amazon.co.uk, and amazon.fr shortly
12th - Read chapter 1 (and then some) for free
11th - The struggling drinking class
10th - The disappearance of the middle class
10th - Kindle version seen on amazon.com and amazon.co.uk
9th - I’m not sure I have the guts to rely on a job for income
9th - How not to write a landing page
8th - Some observations about the market
7th - Poll: How much do you need to retire early?
6th - Traveling around the world after ERE
5th - Some reactions around the net
3rd - My list of extreme early retirement books
2nd - The book is on amazon.com!
1st - Book — The Table of Contents
30th - More about the book
30th - The budget to become financially independent in 5 years
30th - The ERE book has been published!
29th - The Push
28th - Risk of ruin and tolerance of variance
27th - The definition of retirement
23rd - A list of people pursuing extreme early retirement
22nd - The Drake equation of personal finance
21st - September 2010 in review
16th - Pilaf: To really slash your grocery budget
15th - Most popular posts
14th - Social investing – how it works
13th - Philosophy is not the words of books
12th - Money in the context of social convention
9th - Thinking is hard to do
9th - The operations behind the blog, forum, and book
7th - Making coffee: An interesting little physics problem
6th - The art of waiting
5th - Confession: I used to be a gadget geek…
1st - Silicon Valley and New York City Meetups in September
31st - Stoicism vs (Zen) Buddhism — preliminary conclusions
26th - Welfare recipients and capitalists – parasites on the system?
25th - Slaying the “enough” dragon
23rd - Inexpensive bean spaghetti sauce
21st - Happiness and the discount value of money
20th - Subscribe to the forums
19th - What is happening to the middle class
18th - A simple portfolio strategy for extreme early retirement
17th - Guestpost Extreme Early Retirement in Germany
15th - The last pair of boots I’ll ever buy
13th - Progressquest your career
13th - Book update + book page
11th - My future plans for ERE
6th - Further reading – A big list of books
4th - On why I decided not to sell my book as an e-book
2nd - Guest post: New Beginnings Post Divorce, Post Kids, Post 9-5
1st - Three plugins to boost your blog traffic by 50%
31st - Forum roundup
30th - The examination anticlimax
27th - Guest post from In The Trenches
26th - Why the unemployed don’t work
22nd - New York City Meetup September 18th + Longevity survey results
22nd - Chicago Meetup August 7th
21st - Early Retirement Extreme Forums
20th - A few things you can do to optimize your bicycle ride
19th - Reader longevity – time to come out of the woodworks?
19th - On search engines, optimization, and backlinks
17th - Financial advisers – a conflict of interest
16th - Escaping the rate race + interview
11th - Personality psychology and early retirement resistance
8th - The downsizing challenge
7th - Simple pancake recipe
4th - Lack of intrinsic motivation will destroy your early retirement
3rd - Automate your finances?
2nd - My current ride …
1st - My theory of persuasion
30th - The cake is a lie
28th - Which books would you recommend?
28th - My sailing adventures
26th - Standard of living versus quality of life
24th - Tips from S on how to spend less eating out
23rd - Rice, lentils, and bacon recipe
23rd - Those who are out of reach …
22nd - Introducing Nine to Five’d in Dublin
19th - Introducing SillySneakers
17th - Wanna become an ERE apprentice?
16th - Your source of everyday inspiration, gah!
15th - How to save money on health care
14th - The Mexican Fisherman
11th - Peak oil preparation
10th - The frugal challenge
9th - Budget reduction survey results
8th - No more mindless submission
8th - Meetup in Sunnyvale, CA 6/13/10, 2:30pm
7th - What happens to technology if people quit their jobs
5th - How blog comments look in a parallel universe
4th - The voluntarily dispossessed
2nd - What’s holding you back from your financial dreams?
2nd - The ant and the grasshopper
31st - How rich do you really need to be?
31st - The value of reviewing bad books
30th - Coverdesigner + long term reader
30th - Blogs as passive income, no way!
28th - Kantian morals and early retirement
27th - The Latte-factor and brewing your own coffee
26th - Book miscellaneous
25th - Three Unusual Investment Options to Help You Retire Early
24th - Reality is better
23rd - Book recommendation for entrepreneurial and startup problems
21st - Dealing with well-intended advice
21st - Building a publishing empire
19th - Book store test — are the books there?
19th - The great book title survey
19th - Why not an e-book?
17th - Book price survey
17th - After the writing is done …
14th - Guest Post: Stepping off the Beaten Path by Saying No!
13th - Intelligence, experience, and wisdom
12th - The second step out of consumerism
11th - Government website rankings vs pf bloggers
11th - Choices, desires, and satisfaction
9th - The danger of lifestyle consumption
8th - The first step out of consumerism
7th - How I got out of consumerism
6th - I survived 2:45
6th - Skills and Imagination
6th - A cure to careerism
5th - Saying “No” to a new car
5th - The risk of stock market diversification
4th - Perspectives on human performance
4th - The roots of my personal finance beliefs
3rd - Are you suffering from careerism?
2nd - Guest post: Wanting out
30th - Where does determination come from?
29th - It’s like owning a business… yet not quite
27th - Why 99% of savers should avoid the stock market
27th - Economic foundations — think about it
25th - Saying “NO” to fitting in
23rd - Future interest rates for extreme early retirement in the 21st century
22nd - A way out for a young lawyer
21st - Quantifying success
20th - Two possible projects for the next five years
19th - Call for guest posts about “saying no”
16th - Three payment mindsets
15th - Money versus resources
13th - Money is only (part of) the means to an end
11th - Modern business wisdom and an update
8th - Guest post on Monevator about extreme retirement
7th - I’d rather be …
5th - Five things every early retiree wannabe knows
3rd - Books, ebooks, advertising, and donations
30th - Building an intentional early retirement community
27th - The three methods of finance, when enough is enough
25th - Making money blogging about lifestyle design
24th - The lifestyle design blog drinking game
24th - Question about updating Mac OS X
22nd - Koyaanisqatsi – life out of balance
22nd - The danger of outgrowing your lifestyle
21st - Closed-ended problems and open-ended problems
19th - Money goals and score keeping
19th - Frequently asked questions
18th - Benford’s law and why the first million is the hardest
18th - Should I go back to work?
17th - Clarifying our financial situation
16th - The end of simplifying
15th - How to win a sword fight
15th - Sheet hemming
12th - Marginal earnings, when working is no longer worth it
11th - My sailing log
9th - Downsizing party
9th - My book writing experience
8th - Great post, I agree, and other common blog comments
7th - Car depreciation and maintenance
6th - Preliminaries to retiring in 5 years
5th - Clothes depreciation
4th - The 100 things challenge
3rd - In praise of the mystic
3rd - Versatile cookware
1st - Never do things for their own sake
26th - Garbage and excessive spending
23rd - Your budget is like a leaking ship
22nd - 2009 Plutus Award Finalist
22nd - The reason for the dearth of investment posts on ERE
21st - Does retiring early lead to a shorter lifespan?
19th - On living well
18th - Promotion versus production
18th - Playing with alexa web rankings
18th - Guest post at Almost Frugal
16th - What we have is a failure to communicate
15th - The $1.38 Mountain Bike
14th - I’d rather be wealthy than rich
12th - An annual reading list
11th - Marriage and economy of scale
10th - What if everybody decided to work much less
9th - Extreme Early Retirement Workshop
8th - How to avoid career opportunity costs
6th - Maybe nobody knows how to cook?
5th - Sympathetic magic and the church of positive thinking
4th - Making tortilla chips
3rd - Five flag theory
2nd - The rise and decline of the American middle class
2nd - Are we blogging the wrong way?
1st - Entrenching
31st - Sailing, coffee brewing, and The Way
29th - Subscribe to ALL comments via RSS
28th - In praise of idleness
28th - In praise of laziness
23rd - Impossible is easy
22nd - It is not the supreme court, it is you …
21st - Are you asset-less?
20th - Chess and enlightenment
19th - Extroverts and introverts, the great dichotomy
18th - What retirement means as an extravert
17th - Music, extraverts, introverts, and your inner “voice”
15th - Do you have any valuable bartering skills
13th - Twitter meetup: Thursdays 1930EST/1630PST
12th - Thousand Islands
12th - Investing in sectors too big to fail
11th - To become financially independent at 25
9th - Letter to normal people
7th - Physiological advantages
7th - How to define work (and love)
6th - Everything explained!
5th - A few up and coming blogs you should read
5th - Recruitment strategies
3rd - If money …
1st - New year’s resolutions for 2010
1st - A second list of books
30th - Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain
30th - The best posts of 2009
27th - Democracy, Hollingworth, and the ingenuity gap
26th - Travel, tourism, and living abroad
25th - Guest post: Having my cake and eating it too
24th - Backlinks to earlyretirementextreme.com
22nd - Cassandra’s curse
21st - Top 5 reasons why sidewalks are not safe
19th - Hands-on substitute exercise for cable TV
18th - Top 5 reasons to not live in a little house
17th - The climate politics debate that we should be having
16th - You can donate unused paperbackswap credits to schools
16th - The climate science debate
15th - Travel is not worth it
13th - Driving towards financial independence: Reducing media costs
11th - Is it not strange that …
10th - Tools
9th - How to set up a bicycle repair company
9th - The credit crisis and the great recession
7th - Be the change — the world you deserve
6th - Fun fact: When the furnace runs out of propane
5th - Day 21: Investing for early retirement – Part 2
4th - Early Retirement Extreme is 2 years old
2nd - Wealthy, rich, poor, and broke
1st - Disease, death, and organ failure
30th - A frugal dating site
27th - What’s great about being financially independent and early retired?
26th - How is saving for extreme early retirement like learning to swim?
25th - Value infection
24th - When To Retire? – Try Age 35
23rd - Post-materialism and post-productivity
20th - My Early Retirement Story
18th - On Experts and Pseudo-Experts
17th - My Journey
14th - My Early Retirement Plan
13th - Do I have to live in an RV to retire extremely early?
12th - Extreme Early Retirement vs Delayed Retirement
11th - Retiring abroad
11th - The Key to Entrepreneurial Freedom
10th - Retiring early on $500,000
9th - Escaping the “9 to 5” before 25
7th - Who is extreme?
6th - Waking up from Big House Dreams: our crooked path towards early retirement
5th - Buying out DW in 2013.5
5th - Soliciting guest posts from others with early retirement plans
4th - Ambition — is it all about the money?
3rd - Bloggers should communicate their personal opinions
2nd - Efficient markets have zero returns
1st - eHow update – $16.88
31st - The Mini-minimum wardrobe
26th - The world is like a box of Lego
23rd - The happiest people on Earth
22nd - A tale of two dentists
22nd - The three biggest challenges following extreme early retirement
17th - Tests, cars, and travel
15th - Blog Action Day: Climate Change
13th - The implications of financial freedom
12th - Looks like it’s getting time sell some stocks
12th - Protecting the RV against rain
9th - Comfort
8th - Real skills and character
7th - Is the ERE method robust?
6th - What does being (early) retired mean?
5th - Breakfast for champions
3rd - Swine flu and systemic responses
2nd - Tattooing your net worth on your forehead
1st - eHow update – $17.65
1st - Understanding early retirement in terms of comparative advantage and trade deficits
29th - Becoming less productive and less competitive
29th - Back to reality
28th - No stress, I’m going sailing again today
27th - Sailing weekend
25th - Has the relationship dynamics changed since my early retirement?
24th - A typical day no more
23rd - Salaried creative jobs are inefficient
22nd - eHow update – I made $14.65
20th - Fixing a futon frame
20th - Increasing your max to avoid the limit
19th - Markets and bike repair update
16th - The crazy market / economy
15th - Past performance is no guarantee of future results
11th - Traveling by sail
9th - Clothesline efficiency
7th - Permanent Holiday
7th - From thinking to doing
4th - The value of work
3rd - Update – mostly about bikes
2nd - eHow, SEO writing, and passive income
31st - Instructionals vs figuring things out for yourself
30th - I’m making laundry detergent
29th - eHow as a way to retire extremely early?
28th - Now fixing bikes for a shelter
27th - How to remove rust using things from your garage only
25th - It feels good when the stock market is moving up …
23rd - Can I retire on X dollars
21st - How to remove rust using kitchen utensils only
20th - Important papers and numbers, just in case
18th - How to succeed in school without really learning anything
17th - Running as transportation
17th - Can I retire early with superior investment technique?
16th - Can I retire young?
15th - How to adjust the rear derailer with an index shifter
14th - Quick survey: Would you work a pointless job?
14th - Gaining bike repair experience
13th - Things vs. experiences
12th - How to decide whether to unsubscribe from a blog
11th - The extrapolation fallacy
10th - Kettlebell challenge update II
10th - How was your weekend?
9th - When a field gets engineered…
8th - Highlander and the lattice work of mental models
7th - Extreme Early Retirement vs. Friends and Relatives
6th - Survival Preparedness
5th - A startup curriculum for finance, economics, and investing
4th - Welcome Survivalblog readers
3rd - Upcycling: Turning waste into goods
3rd - Early Retirement: 4 months later
1st - Exercises in missing the point
1st - Will we be repairing our iPods a hundred years from now?
31st - Why downsizing and voluntary simplicity?
31st - Latest blog finds
29th - Dealing with heatwaves
29th - How much do you make?
27th - Why Black Swans are on the increase
24th - A retirement career as a caretaker (in exotic locations)
23rd - Quick Survey
23rd - Watch repair
22nd - Alternative histories
22nd - If I could do it all over …
21st - Rudimentary earthquake preparation
20th - Some comments on martial arts
19th - Donations, sword cutting, and geocaching
16th - The best posts of the first half of 2009
14th - The salary of a blogger: What you should be paid
13th - Alternative status symbols
12th - Two different roads to comfort
11th - Building a solar heater for the RV
11th - Frugality rant
10th - Kettlebell challenge update
9th - RV vs. apartment
8th - Top 5 ways to be more creative at work
7th - My dreams of becoming a “slumlord”
6th - Reusing calendars
5th - Veggie burger
4th - Comfort or liberty
3rd - Somebody explain travel to me?
2nd - Survey: Which content is most important to you?
1st - A new metric for blog rankings
1st - Corrupted personal finance word of the day: Investing
30th - Being frugal beyond your means
29th - Corrupted personal finance word of the day: Sacrifice
28th - Corrupted personal finance word of the day: Savings
27th - Day 20: Own classics
25th - When does an emergency fund become superfluous
25th - How to understand distribution
24th - Twitter interview#2
23rd - Bicycle tutor
23rd - Utopia
22nd - The service trap
21st - Fixing my bicycle – part II
20th - You’ll pry the internet off my cold dead hands
19th - Teaching and talking
19th - New interview with me
18th - The feeling of time
17th - Fixing my bicycle – part I
16th - The kettlebell challenge
14th - Day 19: Getting rid of your TV (addiction)
12th - Twitter interview #1
11th - The Tao of The Intellect
11th - Slight site redesign
9th - How to spend very little money
8th - I just started an exercise program – what should I expect?
5th - The index vs mutual funds debate
4th - Things I would like to learn versus Things I could teach
3rd - Does early retirement require a specific personality?
2nd - My list of financial freedom books
1st - My 4 hour work week
31st - When form follows function
29th - Complexity
28th - Attaining the right weight
27th - What makes me feel rich
26th - Useful tools: Supercook
25th - Slaying the “I might need it someday”-monster
23rd - Using a bicycle pump for truck tires
22nd - The wealthy shall inherit the Earth
21st - Unrecognized personality disorders
20th - The minimal number of tools
19th - Using evil lawns for crosstraining
18th - Four requirements for change
15th - The three things I did right (and so can you)
14th - Which blogs do you read?
13th - Incomplete list of hobbies that could earn money
12th - One man’s meat is another man’s poison
11th - My top 5 tips to becoming an extreme early retirement expert
8th - How to deal with heat
7th - How to change and how to fail at changing
5th - How I define financial independence
4th - What’s your financial independence target year?
2nd - I went to the mall today
1st - Price and value
1st - Guest post at Lazy Man and Money
1st - Unleavened bread the easiest way
30th - Does money only exist to be spent?
29th - 25 things you (probably) didn’t know about me
28th - A duty to work
27th - The paradox of thrift
26th - How to true a bicycle wheel
25th - Three weeks after quitting my job
24th - A different perspective
23rd - Consumerism II
22nd - Today’s anti-consumer rant
20th - Interview with Modern Gal
19th - Ecological housing – consider an RV
16th - Smoothie Project #12
15th - Day 18: Join a challenge
14th - Day 17: Maintaining and repairing things
13th - The future of extreme early retirement
12th - Buying used precision tools
10th - One week into “retirement”
10th - Tolerance ranges and cold showers
9th - New about sections on the blog
8th - What did you want to do when you grew up
7th - Random musings on biotic potentials and interest rates
6th - My dream
5th - Speeding and transportation
4th - On the universally declining standards of living
3rd - And so it begins …
1st - Pareto barriers
31st - Problems with Prosper’s 1099 forms for 2009
26th - Smoothie Project #8
26th - Update from the worm farm
22nd - The virtue of discomfort
20th - What’s the difference between a frog and a modern human?
19th - Breaking up with your career …
16th - I retired from my career
14th - Problems leaving comments
12th - What’s the most economically inefficient gadget you own?
9th - Build a worm composting system
6th - What’s the point of education?
5th - Guest post on An Experiment in Retirement
5th - Kindle-lust
1st - Simple personality types and their behavior
25th - Leftover recipe
24th - Put some clothes on, damnit!
23rd - Whoa! My health insurance went up?
22nd - I joined Hulu
19th - The evolution of the meaning of money
17th - Why work?
15th - The follow up
14th - Guest post: DW on how it is to live with me
11th - Personal finance development
10th - Smoothie project #7
9th - The slightly inaccurate rule of 72
6th - Symptoms and diseases
3rd - Food and water supply
2nd - Dealing with heat waves on a budget
1st - Music
30th - Better food, better eyes?
29th - New math
28th - Children and early retirement
27th - Early retirement extreme retirement plan
26th - Tough to answer: What do you do for a living?
24th - Stock returns in the long run
23rd - It was me …
23rd - The best way to switch to a raw food diet
22nd - Changing habits or changing the habits
21st - The consequence of finite energy
20th - Day 16: The stuff you actually keep and use
19th - Book review: Effective cycling
19th - My computer
15th - My HDHP HSA and some comments on health care
13th - Day 15: The first two weeks of the make over
11th - Productivity and the Goose that laid the Golden Eggs
9th - Smoothie project #5
9th - Smoothie project #6
8th - A tribute to my pressure cooker
7th - What is freedom?
4th - Day 14: Investing for early retirement – Part 1
2nd - Let me know which topics you would like to see in the future
1st - Early Retirement Extreme on Facebook
1st - Extrinsic worth vs intrinsic worth
31st - The best posts of Early Retirement Extreme in 2008
31st - New year’s resolutions? – Not me!
30th - Day 13: Insurance
29th - My blog roll at the end of 2008
28th - Day 12: Establishing a savings account
27th - The power of metaphors
26th - The blender, the spice grinder
25th - Day 11: Connecting your stuff with your neighbors
24th - Information, knowledge, and wisdom
23rd - Day 10: Calculating net worth
22nd - I’m on twitter!
22nd - Day 9: Budgeting
21st - With great freedom comes great responsibility
20th - Day 8: Get engaged!
19th - The $1500 bicycle
18th - Day 7: Going car free
17th - Day 6: Clothes
16th - Sorry no post today: RV Upkeep
15th - Day 5: Find a free hobby
14th - Day 4: Drop the cell phone plan
13th - Post your $1-2 recipes
12th - Day 3: Grocery shopping
11th - Using RSS to keep up with blogs is much faster!
10th - Day 2: Decluttering and managing stuff
9th - Day 1: Finding a place to live
8th - Day 0: The Early Retirement Extreme
3021 Day Makeover
6th - The longest line
6th - The mental prison of being poor
4th - Keeping warm during winter
3rd - Some observations after 1 year of blogging
2nd - Access to credit: Why the young generation should avoid it
29th - The best Xmas ever
28th - It’s buy nothing day today.
27th - Sloppy joe pinto beans one dollar meal
26th - The death of buy and hold?
26th - If the women don’t find you handsome …
25th - Why human space travel is important
24th - What the down market means for extreme early retirement?
23rd - Thanks for the Joomla!
22nd - RV upkeep: Refilling propane tanks
21st - Overdoing it!
20th - The game show problem
19th - Seeing the unseen
18th - Apparently I write like a man
18th - Does anyone know Joomla?
17th - What do you see when you look at someone?
16th - On the roof
15th - Rant on society’s expectations …
14th - Early retirement extreme: Living in “squalor” since 2000
13th - Upgrade your music collection with quality headphones
13th - I just bought another 100 shares of GE today
12th - Economic oversimplication
11th - How to fix a broken thermostat
10th - Active learning
7th - Zero-sum games
6th - Common sense quotient, index fingers, over-commercialism, and information distribution.
5th - How to live out of a suitcase
3rd - Election day: You decide where we will be in 4-8 years!
3rd - A tale of three species part III
2nd - What retirement means to me
1st - How little do you need to retire?
31st - A tale of three species part II
30th - A tale of three species
29th - In praise of small spaces
28th - What if you lived forever
27th - Hedge fund manager calls it quits
25th - The benefits of less space
24th - Early Retirement Extreme for sale: $85,000
18th - I’ll be back on Wednesday
15th - Why we bought an RV to live in
11th - Market is crashing, sky is falling, and still no internet
10th - After two weeks in the RV
9th - The death of index investing
7th - Seventh day in the RV
6th - Sixth day in the RV
5th - Fifth day in the RV
4th - Fourth day in the RV
3rd - Third day in the RV
2nd - Second day in the RV
1st - First day in the RV
29th - We finally moved into the RV
26th - Manifesto
25th - On dealing with flakes on craigslist and freecycle
24th - Credit crunch 101
23rd - Moving day 2
22nd - Is being process-oriented better than being goal-oriented?
20th - Moving day 1
19th - Day trading these days is a hairy business
18th - A bunch of interesting links
17th - How to pick a commuter bike
16th - Do it yourself investing
15th - Small cap value investing
13th - How we found a place to park and live in our RV
12th - What should my savings rate be – some comments
11th - What should my savings rate be?
10th - Most people …
9th - I need suggestions for better blog post categories
8th - Done in by consumption
7th - Carnivals reflux edition
7th - Challenge: Wear something out
5th - Are we qualitatively different?
4th - How do I get my spouse to go along with my frugal plans?
3rd - We are going to cut our expenses in half
2nd - How well are you doing on your way to early retirement?
1st - We are selling our furniture
30th - DCF analysis of student loans
29th - How I would get out of debt (if I had any)
28th - I just rotated my bicycle tires to make them last longer
28th - Banking Adventure
26th - Net worth calculations are useless
26th - Create a DVD cooperative
25th - International travel (for free)
23rd - What am I going to do with all this toilet paper?
22nd - The two year fitness program
21st - The price of an Olympian body
20th - The total cost of TV
18th - How much do I need to save for extreme early retirement?
16th - What competitive swimming taught me a about professional careers
16th - Need suggestions on how to catch stripers
14th - How to retire in 5 years
13th - Using paper bags instead of padded envelopes
11th - Our new small kitchen
8th - Our new 289 sqft home
6th - Personal finance games
5th - A meaningful life after early retirement
3rd - Stop throwing away food
1st - How to fully utilize closet space
29th - Selling graduate textbooks
27th - Buying the best from the outset
25th - Using baking soda for brushing teeth
23rd - Living in a garbage truck
23rd - I revised my blogroll
22nd - Money for nothing and the shirts for free
21st - Lately I have been buying stocks like crazy…
18th - Think Big, Basically and Simply.
16th - With record oil prices is it time to buy winter clothes?
14th - Who needs a college degree anyway?
12th - Weekend roundup – garage sale edition
11th - 15 baby steps towards voluntary consumerism
10th - The cult of index investing
9th - The life and death of a blogger
8th - Downsizing for an RV
7th - Advanced cash flow diagrams
5th - Saturday Roundup – 4th of July edition
4th - Peach Chutney
3rd - Cheap fruits and vegetables via loss leaders
1st - Early Retirement Extreme’s budget
30th - Are pro-bloggers like professors?
27th - Can I retire with 2 million dollars?
26th - Which morals are most useful for personal finance?
24th - Retire Early: The Importance of Getting Out of Debt
23rd - Weekly roundup – RV edition
20th - Big sacrifices now make all the small differences later
19th - Thank you commenters for the library tip
18th - What I “pay” for health care
17th - Dear Graduate, do you want to retire in five years?
11th - Modified Navy Showers
9th - On cars and jitneys
8th - Vegan slow cooker chili
7th - Deodorant refurbishing
7th - Volunteer opportunity on ERE
6th - Learning to cook saves at least $5000 a year
4th - Retiring happy in the 21st century
29th - Vinegar and soap
28th - Accident by construction – why technology and regulations increase risk
27th - You are not irreplaceable
26th - The vehicle dependent mindset
24th - How to get a solid desk for free (this opportunity doesn’t last)
22nd - Early Retirement Portfolios
19th - The ultimate cheapskate – reflux
18th - Dear unborn grandchildren
12th - Bicycle riders on the freeway
11th - The Gamesmen
10th - Reinventing yourself
5th - Endurance events
3rd - The opportunity cost of early retirement
2nd - New schedule
1st - My favorite writings of April 2008 – including ecological budget
30th - Quo vadis?
29th - Good housekeeping
28th - Why this early retirement blog continuously talks about cycling and cooking?
27th - The psychological requirements for going the distance
26th - Saturday Roundup – One day late edition
25th - Food Rationing
24th - Don’t wash your clothes every day
23rd - That was horrible!
22nd - Letter from the establishment
21st - Maximize your 401k early in the year
19th - My weekend
18th - The frugal century
17th - How we eat
16th - Cauliflower omelet – another sub-dollar meal.
15th - Why I won’t join the middle class
14th - Let’s play some hockey (my guilty pleasure)
12th - How I’m now getting books, CDs, and DVDs without paying for them
11th - The major risks of buy and hold index investing
10th - Making changes
9th - Cavalcade of Risk #49
8th - Row, row, row your boat — On the law of comparative advantage
7th - Tap water
5th - Saturday Roundup – More book swapping
4th - Overtraining
3rd - Living aboard
2nd - My favorite writings of March 2008
1st - A salary veils economic reality
31st - Make your own refried beans
30th - Marriage
29th - Saturday Roundup – 500 subscribers in 4 months
28th - A modest prediction for the next 20 years
27th - Minimalist inspirations
26th - How to do original research
25th - Spring Holiday
24th - Big on methods, poor on fundamentals.
22nd - Saturday Roundup – A safety moment (with taxes)!
21st - Diversification
20th - The real reason it is so easy/hard to get ahead
19th - Choosing a retirement plan for extremely early retirement
18th - The value of hobbies
17th - The ones we don’t know we don’t know or why specialization is the biggest problem in the world
15th - Saturday Roundup – Interview edition
14th - Prosper taxes for debt sales and bankruptices
13th - Getting rid of books
12th - Why it is so hard for Americans to be healthy and not spend money
11th - TurboTax proved too difficult for me
10th - A typical weekday of my life – spring 2008
8th - Saturday Roundup – ecological freelance edition
7th - Why I hate eating out
6th - Fit Dad Fat Dad
5th - Why do so many people hoard so much?
4th - Is “cheap” the new “green”?
3rd - The Early Retirement Path
2nd - My favorite writings of February 2008
1st - Saturday Roundup – This page intentionally left blank edition
29th - When Good People Give Bad Financial Advice
28th - What people ought to know about the different kinds of personal finance blogs
27th - Do you save to invest or to spend?
26th - MBTI and societal behavioral patterns
25th - A plan to financial independence at 35
24th - My commute is awesome
23rd - Get wealthy trick: Don’t spend any money until it is re-earned.
23rd - Saturday Roundup and Carnivals – the class society edition
22nd - Programmers, ultra-marathons, and voluntary simplicity
21st - Who else is giving things away?
20th - Using the Crowbar Maneuver to get cash fast
19th - The efficient market hypothesis
18th - No need to save millions – here’s a quicker way to financial independence
17th - The secret of education
16th - Now you can have a 7 year car loan. Outrageous!!
16th - Saturday roundup and festivals – novocain edition
15th - Bicycle commuting: Needs vs wants.
14th - Downsizing by giving to charity
13th - Precision, accuracy and the importance of using the right model
12th - The two personal finance books that changed my life
11th - On minimizing depreciation expenses
10th - How I became financially independent in 5 years – Part IV – the investments
9th - Time to be proactive about a possible recession – 2 years later
9th - Saturday roundup and carnivals – What’s in your wallet edition
8th - What cycling taught me about personal finance
7th - 5 ways to help get a prosper loan funded
6th - Potato pancakes – dinner for less than $1
5th - My list of 25 money saving tips
4th - Are you prepared for stagflation?
3rd - Ecological capitalism and consumer capitalism
2nd - The problem with the economic stimulus package and what to do about it
2nd - This week’s roundup – the “How to keep warm when the thermostat is set at 55F” edition.
1st - My favorite writings of January 2008
31st - How to downsize your kitchen
30th - How to be happy in the long run
29th - Optimizing blogging with S-curves
28th - My emergency fund (transfer) in action
28th - Is your stuff holding you back?
27th - The inexpensive home gym – part 2
26th - Cash flow diagrams for the poor, the middle class, and the investor class
26th - This weeks round up – heating costs are down
25th - Better goal setting with S-curves
24th - Wealth is not about the money
23rd - How I invest when the markets are bleeding
22nd - If I retire with a million dollars how well can I live?
21st - So you say my blog is worth $15000 already?
20th - Am I cheap?!?
19th - Eliminating heating bills and cutting down on heating costs
19th - Comments on my favorite posts from this week’s carnivals
18th - Dollar cost averaging at the pump for cheaper gas
17th - How I became financially independent in 5 years – Part III
16th - Thoughts on blogging, popularity, and history
15th - What’s it like to marry a frugal guy – DW tells her story
14th - I don’t need an emergency fund, I have a credit card
13th - Getting in shape without paying a dime
12th - Stranger in a strange land
11th - Your TV is not going to be obsolete
11th - Making socks last
10th - The inexpensive home gym – part 1
9th - When more is better and when enough is enough
8th - What I would teach children about savings
8th - New readers and today’s carnivals
7th - Do I need a million dollars to retire?
6th - What early retirement means when you’re too young to retire
5th - Swedish sausage dish
5th - Walking in the rain
4th - Lending victoriously to strangers
4th - Bicycle commuting
3rd - Financially free
2nd - How to get wealthy on minimum wage
2nd - Back to the basics for financial and physical fitness
1st - My favorite writings of December 2007
31st - Get a push lawn mower
30th - Cooking for 6 days in 30 minutes for less than $4
30th - The economics of Robinson Crusoe
29th - Marathon running and personal finance
29th - Envelope recycling
29th - Taking back personal financial responsibility
28th - What spatula would a Marine choose?
28th - Early Retirement Extreme gets its own domain!
27th - Read this rant and save 50-70%
27th - How I became financially independent in 5 years – Part II
26th - Clotheslines
26th - How I became financially independent in 5 years – Part I
25th - Forget about net worth, consider the bottom line
24th - Gift wrapping paper and ribbons
24th - My money lending experiences on Prosper
23rd - Pandora and the box of unknown wants
23rd - Modern "Fitness"
22nd - Can you wait, think, and fast?
22nd - Wear a wide brimmed hat and retire extremely early
21st - Don’t wear sunscreen
21st - Wear sunscreen and retire early
20th - The education of an investor
19th - Frugality is not deprivation
19th - On nose blowing
18th - Are budgets required or just a good idea?
18th - More on frugal xmas presents + carnival news
17th - The minimalist kitchen
16th - Passion
15th - Own quality not quantity
14th - My REAL net worth
13th - Should I get insurance?
13th - Should I reveal my net worth?
12th - On how car dealerships helped me save money
11th - Exercise for the reader
11th - Xmas gift giving – a survival guide
10th - Everybody wants to …
9th - What do you have to show for it?
8th - Subprime bailout
8th - How to save money on milk
7th - On liabilities
7th - How to light a wood stove
7th - Anti-consumerists can retire early from the rat race
6th - It’s only money…
5th - The true cost of coffee addiction
4th - What is your number?
4th - Why financial independence part I – Early motivations
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