Money Mozart is a go-to hub for frugal-minded people who want to improve their lives, save more money, and live below their means.
Launched in 2015 as a community for money savers, early retirees, and personal finance rockstars, Money Mozart is a quickly growing collective of go-getters from all around the world. We breed a positive, fun mentality, because we believe that money doesn’t have to be boring, stressful, or scary. Other things we believe in?
- We believe you have the ability to save massive amounts of your income while not giving up a “normal” lifestyle.
- We believe you don’t have to live with debt. We’ll show you how to get rid of that shit.
- We believe you deserve happiness. And we’re determined to give you the tools to create that every day.
Here’s the rub: you’ve got money to earn, spend, and save…and we’re here to help you do that like the effin’ baller you are.
In the past, we’ve been featured on sites like Business Insider, Money Under 30, Rockstar Finance, and The Globe and Mail, and continue to reach a large, global audience. If you’re all, holy shit, Money Mozart sounds like it was made for me, then we’d love to be your new #BFF. You can sign up for our newsletter to get updates from the blog. You can also follow us on Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest, which are quickly becoming our second, third, and fourth homes. Won’t you stay a while??
So… who created this blog?
Glad you asked. Money Mozart was founded by Chris Muller. Third person aside… I started Money Mozart as a platform to talk about money. Anything money. After watching my parents go through bankruptcy a couple of times, I became obsessed with personal finance and the human behaviors that drive us to make difficult (and sometimes nonsensical) money decisions.
I’ve worked in the banking industry for my entire professional career and hold 2 degrees in finance. Let’s just say I’m really drawn to all things money-related.
My incredible passion for these topics, as well as this site, have allowed me to grow it very quickly over the course of just a few short months. I’m on a pursuit to early retirement, and helping you get there as well. I think that if we can first understand why we make the decisions we do, then start to change our behaviors, none of us will have to work beyond 30 or 40.
My goal is to not only share my experiences, thoughts, tips, and “hacks” to saving more, spending less, allowing your money to grow, and just being happy in life; but I also want to continue to grow the community on this site so we can all learn from each other. Please connect with me through any social media platform that suits you, and let’s get started.