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“I didn’t want to be absent from my family and only show up a few hours each day after work. I didn’t want my life to be monotonous and stuck in a repeating loop until I die.” https://www.nytimes.com/2024/05/07/magazine/retire-early-saving.html?unlocked_article_code=1.qU0.6Gtq.NFKSAgYV2h_o
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i really like that this article is self aware with the pickleball reference
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was waiting for the pee pee poo poo reference but it never came 😂
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waiting for the neighbors are pew pew
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Interesting article, Katherine. And yes, I love that quote from the article. FIRE is definitely on mine and my wife’s mind. We just have to get the kids through college. They’re the main reasons why we’re working to 60+ yrs old. Our situation is a little different though - we can both work from home. ☺️
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Quickly skimming I was joining FIRE last year randomly tbh.
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Pretty interesting one. I feel like this lifestyle is mainly attainable if you live in the US with a high salary. Way more difficult to achieve in Europe in my opinion.
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