Prairie FIRE Canada

A Values First Approach to Financial Independence

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It’s great to see you again (or maybe meet you for the first time). My path to FIRE has been an interesting one featuring a lot of personal ups and downs and financial challenges. For the longest time, I just… Continue Reading →

We Are Desperate for Community

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    I hope you’re doing well. I really do. But it is ok if you are not. The reality is when it comes to our finances, most of us are a wreck   <—click on these. I want to talk… Continue Reading →

The Financial Enlightenment of Mr. Prairie FIRE

I’ve been having trouble sleeping lately. My brain has been struggling, trying to figure out how to put into words how much I’ve changed over the past year or so. There have been many mental twists, turns, and discoveries in… Continue Reading →

Finding My Why: My Five Reasons for FIRE

It is important to understand that FI is not about retirement, though it can be. FI is reaching a point where you do not necessarily have to work to earn income to live. It is a form of freedom. But a freedom from what? What good is freedom without a reason for living? We all need a WHY to guide us on our journey.

Why I’m Taking My Blog in a New Direction

Here is the thing. When I started this blog, it was and still is a work of passion. But the mistake I made was that I let my emotions and feelings in the moment drive my content. Instead, I should be thinking about sharing what I’ve learned and share it with you to help you along your own path to financial independence.

4 Radical Lifestyle Inflation Countermoves

Hi There, If you don’t know me by now, I’m Mr. Prairie FIRE. I fell in love with the Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE) movement and this blog is all about the cool and wonderful things I’ve learned from the… Continue Reading →

Lessons From Investing: How I am Living a Compounding Life

Lately, I’ve been contemplating the principles behind personal finance. In my search into all things FIRE, something occurred to me. The key principles to reaching financial independence can apply to your everyday life. Specifically, the concept of investing and the… Continue Reading →

My Top 4 Lifestyle Inflation Mistakes

Good Day Prairie FIRE Canada Fans, <—–click me! The past two months, the blog has been filled with fun, passion and drama! I’ve posted some really cool, interesting, and insightful discoveries I dug up in my deep dive into the… Continue Reading →

Choose Your Own Adventure: The 5 Personas of FIRE

Hello Again, It’s me, Mr. Prairie FIRE. If you know my personal story and my money problems, you will notice that my story is a common one. I’ve discovered that we all struggle with our finances. Canadians are stressed out,… Continue Reading →

Discover Your Financial Independence Number

For many, the idea of financial independence is something that happens when you’re entering into retirement and is an abstract and far-off concept. Knowing how much money you need to be financially independent can be an intimidating process. How do… Continue Reading →

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