Credit: Jeff Kober Reading Time: 2 Min One of the biggest drawbacks of living in the city is dealing with its crowdedness. But there’s good news: in retirement, you get to skip all the lines! My view of New York City has changed entirely now that I am retired. Put simply, NYC from 9 am
What It Is Like To Be Retired
Reading Time: 4 Min In a past life, I was the quintessential Type A Overachiever. I had goals for clubs and activities to get into a good college. I had goals for my net worth each year. And that attitude carried down into each day, where there were always items to complete. Get groceries.
Reading Time: 6 Min The hard work we are putting in this year has a goal: to get us closer to the freedom of financial independence. So what exactly does that freedom look and feel like? This was a question I asked myself at the two year countdown to my retirement. I could envision what I
Reading Time: 3 Min A lot of people ask me how I spend my days, and I struggle to answer. When I say I wake up late, spend time outdoors, surf the web, and spend time with friends, they think I’m being deliberately vague. I’ve decided to just mark up a calendar so they
Reading Time: 1 Min I woke up at 3pm today. I would like to say that that is a very unique occurrence, but since I’ve retired it’s been a semi-frequent event. The nice thing about being retired is that it takes what is usually a bad choice with negative consequences and completely neutralizes it.
Reading Time: 2 Minutes A lot of people are curious what it’s like to be retired young. Because of that, I’m starting a new series of posts capturing memorable moments when they happen. You ever find yourself tossing and turning in bed, something plaguing your mind as you struggle to fall asleep? When