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The Pursuit Of FI Has Motivated Me More In My Career

A common stereotype among those pursuing Financial Independence is that we are lazy individuals. I mean, anyone who wants to reach financial independence and retire early in their 30s or 40s from the workforce has to be lazy, right?? What are you going to do, sit on the beach and drink margaritas all day!? (Though […]

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Net Worth Update: May 2019

Welcome to another monthly Net Worth update! This time its Net Worth May 2019 edition: For those that are new, I will be posting these on a monthly basis to show my progress towards Financial Independence.  The purpose of these is not to brag, or show off what I have, merely to show that little […]

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Notice The Little Things

When it comes to our lives, we often get caught up looking at it from a big picture view. “Where do you see yourself in five years?” “What are your big plans for the year?” Or specifically in the FIRE community… “What is your FIRE date?” While a big picture view is essential to help […]

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It’s Tough To Win The Game If You Don’t Know The Rules

Ever since I was a kid I’ve loved playing games. Whether that was through the many sports I played, backyard activities with friends and neighbors, video games or board games, I’ve always had a blast when doing these kinds of activities. In what would come as no surprise to anyone that knows me, I’m also […]

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Give Yourself Permission To Spend Money

The journey to Financial Independence can be a long and arduous one. Depending on your circumstances, we’re talking about a 10 to 40 year timeline here. A lot can happen during that time. Heck, that can be an entire lifetime for some people. With that kind of time frame, you want to make sure whatever […]

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