This post is a deeper dive into the third element of my rationale for starting this blog – how the pursuit of FI for me is about discovering gratifying work and making a bigger contribution to the world.
This is the follow up to my initial post about our cabin in the mountains. I thought of titling this post “Solving My First World Problem” because we are incredibly fortunate to be faced with the “dilemma” of figuring out how the cabin fits in our journey towards FI.
As I mentioned in my first post there would be more to come on the story of the cabin. This is the first part of a two-part post on how it came to be and how we’re making it fit in to our plans for FI.
Remember when you were a kid and you heard adults talking about becoming financially independent or retiring early? Yeah, I don’t either. Growing up in the 70’s and 80’s I think the only time I ever heard anyone mention early retirement was in the context of disability or layoff. Early retirement wasn’t something that people […]
I used to have a blog back in the late 2000’s that focused on our homesteading activities on what we affectionately refer to as our suburban homestead. But I got away from blogging about the homestead after my wife and I bought a 3-acre property in the mountains and my plans and dreams for building […]