My Financial Story – Chapter 5 – Dream Job Number 2: Videogame Development

This is the fifth chapter in my financial story series. In the previous chapter I tried to help robots conquer the world. Here I’ll show you how the funniest job in the world actually sucks. In next chapter I’ll go alone and conquer the world. Note: I have stolen copied been inspired by “the job experience” post series by

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My Financial Story – Chapter 4 – Dream Job Number 1: Research in Robotics

This is the fourth chapter in my financial story series. In the previous chapter I became an engineer and engineered my first financial failure. Here I’ll show you how dream jobs are not that dreamy. In next chapter we’ll destroy another dream. Note: I have stolen copied been inspired by “the job experience” post series by livingafi. I

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Monthly logo change

Hi readers, some of you may have noticed a small change in the logo. During the month of June it was: And during the month of July it will be: As you can see we made progresses! A fantastic 1.1% closer to the final goal in last month! This happened despite Brexit and

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My Financial Story – Chapter 3 – University

This is the third chapter in my financial story series. In the previous chapter I was a high school student with millions in my bank. Here I’ll show you how I survived through University years without piles of debts. Next chapter will be about my first steps as researcher. In 1996 my monthly allowance raised

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My Financial Story – Chapter 2 – High School and Maturity

This is the second chapter in my financial story series. In the previous chapter I discussed the preteen era and first contact with money, here I’m going to show you how my finances evolved during the 5 years of High School. Next chapter will be about University years and the taste of actual jobs. High school years

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My Financial Story – Chapter 1 – Education and School

This is the first of a series of several posts about my financial story. Here I’m going to talk about my secondary school years and my first contact with money management. Next chapter will revolve around high school age and the taste of actual money. I think it’s worth sharing to give the readers context about me, my

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