All tagged Budget/Expenses
We’re incredibly fortunate to be digital nomads who house sit full time in New York City (one of the most expensive cities in the world) and still pursue financial independence, retire early (FI/RE). We’re able to do so by keeping our budget tight and our expenses trim.
We’re opening our spreadsheet and sharing our monthly budget! See how we, as a digital nomad couple pursuing financial independence, retire early keep our budget and expenditures extremely low. We think you’ll agree that we’re doing a pretty good job of being outliers!
We’re in New York City! See what our budget and expenses are as digital nomads pursing financial independence, retire early (FI/RE) have been while ‘living’ in the Big Apple.
Curious how much a house sitting, digital nomad, long-term traveling, ‘onebag’, financial independence, retire early (FI/RE) couple spend in a month? Well you’re not alone, so we’ve documented our expenses and laid it all out on the table. Read on for our budget/expenses and to see what big changes are coming down the pipeline…
As digital nomads who travel long-term and house sit full time our monthly budget and expenses are a bit different than most people. If you’re curious how much we spend and how we can travel full time and still pursue FI/RE (financial independence, retire early) then read on. In April we found ourselves spending a bit more on business expenses and clothing, but finding notable savings in lodging. Also, if your curious how our medical insurance is so low… we’re divulging the details this month!
We’re sharing our budget each month to prove that you don’t need to be independently wealthy to travel full-time. As evidence, we kept our expenses low (well under $500!) this month. And March was a busy month as both digital nomads and house sitters! With three house sitting jobs, one in Philadelphia and two in New York City and several work clients, we kept ourselves busy working and exploring.
February was a month that even blew us away! We’ve never had our expenses fall below $500 in a single month, let alone under $250! This was a month of extreme savings. See how we did it, even while traveling from Alexandria, VA to Philadelphia, PA and sightseeing in both cities.
This is the first of a recurring monthly article where we share our budget/expenses as digital nomads pursuing financial independence, retire early (FI/RE) and traveling continuously and long-term!