When Will Romania Switch to the Euro?

Romania Switching to Euro

Not all countries in the European Union are using the Euro – and Romania is one of them. There have always been talks about Romania switching to using Euros and today I will try answer the burning question: When will Romania switch to Euro? I will start by saying something that will definitely surprise many … Read more

Food Will Be Even Cheaper in Romania Starting June 2015

I’ve recently shared an article with you that proved that one person can eat a varied diet in Romania for just 88 Euros per month if they make some smart choices. That’s a really great thing, especially since the food prices in our supermarkets are sometimes higher than those in Spain, for example (and similar … Read more

When Things Go Bad, Become a Digital Nomad!

I’ve decided, against all odds and common sense: this year we’ll give it try and test the waters to see how being a digital nomad feels like. We’ll start, sometime in August this year, to live for at least a couple of months in a different country here in Europe. Experience a new culture, see … Read more

How I Reduced My Food Costs by 25% Without Going Hungry

In case you didn’t know, earlier this month I lost 50% of my income. After being depressed for a few days, I realized that this won’t bring me my money back, so I’ve decided to make a plan and stick to it. And since rebuilding the business I lost is possible, it’s a slow process … Read more

Why I Might Never Become a Millionaire

Almost one year ago, when I started Romania Experience, I wrote in the “about me” page that this blog will follow my trip to achieving a net worth of “at least 1 million dollars”. Today I’m having second thoughts: I might never become a millionaire. Probably many would laugh hearing that statement. It’s not uncommon … Read more

How to Trick People into Thinking You’re Rich

The funniest thing happened to me just yesterday, something I really wasn’t expecting: somebody sincerely told me that I am rich. Which got me thinking and I had to write this post on how to trick people into thinking you’re rich (even though the title is, in the end, a bit misleading). Either way, here’s … Read more

Debt Consolidation Loans: Pros and Cons

There are times in most people’s lives when they become burdened with too much debt. They may have a mortgage, car loan, student loans, and credit cards… All of these have monthly payments that eat into the paycheck leaving little left over for all the other bills – groceries, insurance, electricity, living… And then another … Read more

Financial Lessons Learned after Getting Drunk Last Night

(Well, this actually happened on Saturday but now that my headache’s gone and my mind is clear again, it’s worth writing about. Because each experience should be an experience you learn something from. At least.) I guess that few people could say that there’s much to learn from getting drunk, especially when it comes to … Read more