In my first ever post I wrote, I want "freedom from the worry of coming back from my travels with $0.00 in my bank account."
Good news, after traveling for 4 months, with no job, I have more money today than when I quit my job.
Here, look...Read More
When I quit my job I knew I was going to be just fine. But as my life is, there is always a grandma, a friend's mom or a football watching uncle who—because they care—worry deeply about my decisions.
For me this time, that person was both my mom and dad.
They thought I was crazy. Taking their view, they were right. By society's standard I was the luckiest 26 year old on the planet. Why was I leaving?Read More
The last time we talked I told you I was going to take a leap of faith and try out something new. Well a lot has happened since then. I'm going to take these next few posts to get you back up to speed.
This post is about the biggest change that has come about. I quit my job! Here's how it went down.Read More
I've been on the financial independence fix since I started my job in June of 2013, 2 years and 10 months ago. Let's get a mile-high view of how those years went, from my first day of "real" work till now, and see what it tells me moving forward.Read More
I'd love to create a life where I live by the seasons. Something like winter in mountains and summer near the ocean.
What would that look like? How possible is it? Cause shit, if I can live that way and continue on my path to financial freedom then, "See you later!" I'm out the door.
Could you image being $10,000 in debt and someone saying, "Want to have $300,000 in your bank account? Great. The only catch is you have to leave tomorrow. We will shred blue-bird powder in the winter and flow through warm water barrels in the summer for the next 12 years." I'd say Let's go!Read More
I was met with these words, "Welcome to the world of the working dead." That's just not where I want to be. So I decided to learn how money worked, and this is what I've done.Read More