5 Millennial Articles to Read this Week – Round Up #13
Hey Simple Minded Millennials! This is Erik, back with another round-up of great articles for Millennials from the last week.
I’ve been hustling hard with some web design projects, and working on my blog and website. I’m trying to pay off some debt this year so I can improve my cash flow. In this round-up, I’ve found some awesome articles to give us some money making ideas and money saving ideas.
1) The Crash Course Guide to Building Residual Income, by PF Geeks
Active income, or passive income, what is better? I’m fine with working, but what if you could create a money making machine which could print dollar bills for you without your effort?
PF Geeks provides us an amazing crash course guide into building passive income over time. Check out his post!
2) Going from Paycheck to Paycheck to Saving $45k/Yr in 4 Years in NYC, by Walking to FIRE
New York City is notorious for high expenses, but Zero has figured out a living situation and has now increased her income to save $45,000 a year in New York City!
Such an AMAZING STORY! This just proves it is possible to increase your income over time through consistent efforts (regardless of what Steph says 😉 ), and also proves how tracking and optimizing can lead to success with personal finance!
3) 70+ FRUGAL HACKS I USE TO TRAVEL ON $55 A DAY, by Frugality and Freedom
Could you travel the United States on $55 a day? Would you be able to last an entire year on the road for roughly $20,000?
Michelle shares with us 70+ frugal hacks she used on her trip through the United States in 2018 and 2019. So many amazing tips!!
4) What I Learned from a No Spend February, by Three Year Experiment
I love challenges like these! Could you imagine not spending any money for a whole month? I can barely go 1 day without running out to the store, or being simple-minded and forgetful about a certain grocery item.
Looking forward to reading more about Laurie’s journey in 2019!