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You really do. No, we haven’t met. I don’t know what you are going through. But I do know minimalism can improve your situation. Here’s the deal. You have things in your life. Things on your to do list and physical stuff – clothes, decor, toiletries.
Swipe it, tap it, Apple it – do we even know what cash looks like? I honestly can’t remember the last time I pulled out a good ol’ fashioned $20 bill to pay for something. Usually, I just tap my card and go along my merry way.
There is a lot of discussion, both in the FIRE community and the world at large about visioning and imagining what you want prior to attaining it. In the Seven Habit book, Covey’s 2 nd habit is beginning with the end in mind.
One of the key challenges of determining “reasonable” spending in retirement is that, even if the advisor is right about the anticipated long-term returns of the retirement portfolio, there’s a risk that ongoing withdrawals on top of a series of early bad returns will cause the portfolio to be fully depleted before the good returns finally arrive to average out in the long run.
THIS PAGE CONTAINS AFFILIATE LINKS. PLEASE READ MY DISCLOSURE FOR MORE INFO. In my post about building a car camper, I mentioned that I’d done some things to make it more comfortable and safe. Today I want to talk about those things more in depth.
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