Free Your Inner Financial Prisoner

Growing up, my views on money were nothing different than the conventional wisdom seen today. It was something you made after going to college for an indefinite period of time, and then you probably had enough once you turned 70 and could stop earning it. I could “invest” my money by picking a stock ofContinue reading “Free Your Inner Financial Prisoner”

Taking Advantage of a Low Income Year

I first heard the term “mini-retirement” when reading The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss several years ago, and it really clicked with me as someone who was just starting their career. In short, as an alternative to working ~40 years straight before starting out to live your life on your own terms, you slide inContinue reading “Taking Advantage of a Low Income Year”