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This post may contain affiliate links, which allow us to earn money at no additional cost to you. For more information, please read our Disclaimer. Sometimes obvious truths smack you in the face. Maybe it’s something you’ve heard a thousand times. It might be a reality everyone else sees that you don’t.
Sometimes, owning a home feels like constantly setting handfuls of cash on fire. We grew up dreaming of buying and owning a home. For some reason, those dreams left out the bank, interest, mortgages, mortgage insurance, and random stuff breaking.
The answer is “Yes.” No matter how wonderful early retirement is, I still have moments when I ask myself that question. When I first started early retirement, it was glorious! Freedom every single day! Not having to wake up at 5:30am! Not having other people …
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.
I realized I never talked about FIRE(financial independence/retire early) on this blog. I’ve been talking about goals lately so I figure it’d be good to visit my ultimate goal. I want the option to retire early. The FIRE movement is often painted with a broad brush and seen as a group of people saving money in order to retire as quickly as possible.
Poverty is often a choice. We can dance with it or demolish it. My family danced with it and it took decades to break it’s hold. Poverty is an equal opportunity force of destruction. Families collect evidence to confirm their suspicion. Poverty is their common denominator. Few break free from its clutches.
I recently started reading a book I heard about from Mr. Money Mustache – The Magic of Thinking Big. The message behind the book is that your life is impacted by the way you think. I see why MMM loves the book so much as it’s a great pick me up and an eye opener on human thought.
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Once a month, we bring you The Monthly Jukebox, which includes the “Top 5” posts from the Weekly Jukebox for that month.
The “top” post from The Monthly Jukebox is then inducted into The Money Jukebox Hall Of Fame.
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