Welcome to my more refined financial goals for 2018, old sport!
This post is an outline of everything I plan to accomplish financially in 2018.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how I would approach life differently if I could reverse time.
Perhaps I’d already be an FI blogger if I took the time to solve problems rather than write for myself.
I can hardly believe that today is the last day of a thirteen-month long mini-retirement.
It’s a bittersweet feeling, man.
I’ve woken up every single morning for the past year to work on my own affairs, and it’s been a mother fucking blast!
Twenty-sixteen will certainly go down as one of the more memorable years of my life.
Its been like combining College with a personal development course the whole damn time.
Blogging ended up fulfilling the College side of the spectrum, and personal growth came as a result of having more time to think.
Hey buds, I wanted to kick off this post with a question.
So please enlighten me, what is the main reason you wake up and go to work everyday?
More specifically, do you go to work for personal fulfillment or only for the money?
The reason I ask is because, from my own experience, chasing money is the wrong fucking game!
For the readers that don’t yet know, I spent a year away from the corporate cubicle from October 6, 2015 to December 5, 2016.
To sum up what taking a year off was like in four words: It was fucking remarkable.
Quite frankly, the time away from the 9 to 5 literally changed my freakin’ aura.