NO MORE AUSTERITY AND DEPRIVATION. FIRE. FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE RETIRE EARLY

We're all on the same page. We want to be Financially Independent and Early Retired. 

We scrimp and save and invest. We do a double take. 

We take on 'side hustles' which are just more hours per week working.

We're stressed. Our minds and bodies are tired. Our home life suffers, as do friendships and maybe even family relationships. 

 We have no balance, but the goal is good. It's just how we're going about it that is flawed.

If the double take only entailed a year or maximum two years of sacrifice, it might be more fun.

 At least you could actually see the light at the end of the tunnel.

On top of all that scenario, there's the looming issues with timing, as it relates to the particular moment in time which we are in now with market valuations being at the undesireable top end. 

According to the graph (see pic.) all this sacrificing might turn out to be all for naught. 

Imagine asking your work place to actually lower your working hours. 

 Imagine you are able to ditch your low paying side hustle. Imagine more balance coming into your life, less tress, more happiness.

 No more austerity and deprivation. 

You're able to spend more time with your loved ones. This brings warmth and joy into your life and theirs.

More relative disposable income flows into your life, which means your standard of living is maintained or improved and your life is just so much better than before. 

You made a good decision. The decision to take your life back but without the worry. Having you cake and eating it too. 

I'm so glad I made this choice early on in my life, three decades ago. And now I'm blogging about it.

If you want to have a chat about where you are and where you would like to be, we'll do our best to give you clarity on how to get there.
Reach out in the comments, or you can direct message me. Frank Louis

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