Category Archives: Arts and Entertainment

Simplify Your Investing and Enrich Your Life

It seems like we are on a roll with researching books in preparation for our life after FIRE. Last week, I wrote about our reflections on Barbara Bradley Hagerty’s Life Reimagined, and this week I want to refer everyone to a … Continue reading

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Reimagining Life after FIRE

Will and I have lately been taking turns reading Barbara Bradley Hagerty’s new book Life Reimagined: The Science, Art, and Opportunity of Midlife, and we concluded that this book has come into our lives at just the right time! First, the backstory.  We … Continue reading

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Learning Moments from Our Spring Recycling “Event”

Our town hosted what it called a “Spring Greening Event” yesterday.  At this community event, there were booths, indoor fair, and trade shows, all designed to “promote sustainable lifestyle.”  That sounded like a worthy idea, but we were really just … Continue reading

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Preparing to Retire Abroad Series, Part 3: Two Tales of Home Abroad

Last week, during my Spring Break, I decided to continue my research into the possibility of living in France and resolved to follow my own advice (from Part 2 in this series) to read more about real-life experiences of those … Continue reading

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City Break Without Breaking the Budget

We have been working very hard at saving for Financial Independence (so that we could) Retire Early.  But I have to admit that sometimes it could get to feeling a bit like deprivation.  At times like this, I start dreaming … Continue reading

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