Yes, it's totally possible to retire before the standard age of 65! Check out this list of fifteen people who retired in their twenties and thirties. 1. JP Livingston - Retired at 28 JP worked for a firm in New York City for seven years before retiring at age 28. She credits her early retirement to her corporate success, insane commitment to saving money, and smart … [Read more...] about 15 People Who Retired In Their Twenties and Thirties
This post was inspired by Joshua Sheat's Radical Personal Finance podcast episode, Why Wait Until You're F.I. to Live Like You're FI? In the episode Joshua talked about how he faced a crossroads a few years ago. He could continue working in financial services and saving aggressively towards financial independence...or, he could quit his job and start building the life he wanted at that very moment. If … [Read more...] about Why Wait Until You’re Financially Independent to Live Like It?
I sold my car exactly one year ago and don't own another car. This post shows the 'after' picture one year out from selling my car. But First, Here is the Scoop on My Old Car Why I Bought The Car I bought it during a crazy lifestyle inflation run in 2014 when I started making good money and thought I was doing what I was supposed to do (buying a bunch of stuff … [Read more...] about Reflecting on One Year Without a Car
It's time for another trip report! We attended a wedding in Colorado and decided to tack on a ski trip to Telluride and Aspen before the wedding. This trip report covers our time in the beautiful mountain town of Telluride. How to Get to Telluride We used United points to fly nonstop to the Montrose airport (MTJ), which is about one hour and thirty minutes outside Telluride. We took the … [Read more...] about Telluride Trip Report – Ski Vacation in Telluride