Lifestyle

Accepting the Boring Parts of the Financial Independence Journey

It’s the third time I’ve checked the spreadsheet today, tweaking a few numbers here and there, but nope, not much of a difference on our timeline towards our financial independence. This usually hits during a more boring workday, or when I’m stuck in procrastination mode. Thankfully, with time, I’ve gotten much better at noticing and… Continue reading Accepting the Boring Parts of the Financial Independence Journey

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Why the Modest Millionaires are Reaching for Financial Independence

Many have questions with regards to our 2025 Plan for financial independence since it is quite out of the ordinary to choose to live a more modest life in order to reach freedom from having to work until the average age of retirement, which was 63.6 years in Canada in 2015 according to Statistics Canada. We… Continue reading Why the Modest Millionaires are Reaching for Financial Independence