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  1. TDI Podcast: Mr. Money Mustache and Me (#376) | The Disciplined Investor

    Guest: Mr. Money Mustache joins us for a discussion on how to live the good life on very little. We discuss spending habits and how he and his family live comfortably on $25,000 a year or less.

    Some of the major news that moved markets this week are also explored as well as what to watch over the next few weeks.

    We go into some detail about how to use the VIX as a portfolio hedge as well.

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    Mr. Money Mustache is a thirtysomething retiree who now writes about how we can all live a frugal yet “Badass life” of leisure.His wife and he studied engineering and computer science in Canada, then worked in standard tech-industry cubicle jobs in various locations throughout the late ‘90s and early 2000s.

    Then, they retired from real work way back in 2005 in order to start a family. This was achieved not through luck or amazing skill, but simply by living a lifestyle about 50% less expensive than most of our peers and investing the surplus in very boring conservative Vanguard index funds and a rental house or two.

    Twitter : @mrmoneymustache

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  2. TMBA332: A Conversation with Mr. Money Mustache

    On this week’s show, Dan and Ian had the opportunity to interview one of their all-time favorite bloggers, “Mr. Money Mustache” Peter Adeney.

    Peter was recently the subject of a profile in The New Yorker, and you’ll hear him share his opinions about that piece. You’ll also hear how he was able to retire at the age of thirty, why he believes we should be optimizing for our own happiness, as well as his thoughts on achieving freedom through frugality. Stick around after the credits for a little bit of a bonus conversation with Mr. Money Mustache about how the Mustachian community holds events.

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    437 – Mustachianism 101: The Philosophy of Mr. Money Mustache

    by Joshua Sheats | Mar 20, 2017 | Financial Freedom, Financial Independence, Financial Solvency | 19 commentsToday, I introduce you to the philosophy and teaching: the message. What is the plan for financial independence espoused by Mr. Money Mustache?

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  4. #133: Financial Independence Through the Strenuous Life With Mr. Money Mustache

    What would you say to a person who told you that you could retire at age 30, never have to work again, and still live a comfortable life, all on a normal salary and without winning the lottery?

    You’d probably call them crazy. Of course that’s not how money works.

    Well, my guest today did retire at age 30, and he did so without making hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. And through his blog, he’s helped other people reach “financial independence” a lot sooner than they thought possible by living a life of “financial badassery.” His name is Pete and he’s the owner of the website Mr. Money Mustache. In today’s podcast, Pete and I discuss how living Teddy Roosevelt’s “Strenuous Life” can help you become financially independent.

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  5. How A Texas Vine Saved European Wine

    How A Texas Vine Saved European Wine

    While Texas has an outsized reputation for many things, wine is not at the top of that list. Yet thanks to one Texan viticulturist named Thomas Volney Munson, you might remember Texas the next time you enjoy a nice Bordeaux. During an agricultural crisis in France in the late 1800’s, Munson’s tough grafted Texan vines saved the … Continued

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