Chasing Your Dreams (With Reckless Abandon)

Although to a large degree I’m someone who always kind of has enjoyed working hard, I knew within a few years of working in Corporate America that it wasn’t the life for me long-term. When you’re working for someone else and constantly under the microscope, it’s oftentimes not smooth-sailing, and if you’re one of those people who prefers autonomy, there’s naturally going to be a lot of dissonance there with that type of employer/employee arrangement.

Sure, I endured the 9-5 culture for a few years — Working extra hard, never complaining (at least not at work publicly), and just

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Early FI – Slow and Steady Progress (2 Year Update)

It’s been over 2 years since I got off the beaten path and ventured over to the “dark side”… As it pertains to early FI, there’s not a single soul that I’ve ever met who didn’t want to achieve that… With that said, early FI isn’t easy and for many people the journey from beginning to end doesn’t happen in a linear fashion…

Just speaking for myself, I got to

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Perspective in Life Helps (Money Ain’t a Thang)

I’m back in the Bay Area, enjoying some good weather and sunshine. In the process of being back home, I’ve been making efforts to reconnect with friends, readers, and basically anyone who wants to talk shop about early FI, travel, and investing.

Just this past weekend, I had a string of meet ups and like always when I’ve been gone for awhile, It takes me time to continue reading at Steemit

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