If you want to create a full life after FIRE, you must get clear about what a meaningful life looks like. This week, I’ll share a model to get you started.
The best way to figure out what you want to do in early retirement is to design practical experiments of your dreams. This week, I’ll show you how and why to stop over-thinking the options and stick your toe in the water!
When you’re imagining how you’ll spend your time in early retirement, the best thing you can do is to identify role models and get in conversation with them. This week, I’ll show you exactly how to do that.
One of the most common bits of advice given to early retirees is to “find your purpose”. But nobody ever explains what “purpose” means or how to find it. This week, I share my simple definition and 3-steps you can take to clarify your purpose.
When you’re planning your life after FIRE, it’s important to answer the question: who am I? This week, we’re turning outward for data on this important question.
One of the most important questions to answer when planning your life after FIRE is “who am I?” While it sounds like a big question, here’s a 5-step exercise that will help you answer it.
There’s plenty of support for the external work of early retirement, but what about the inner work? Exploring beliefs about retirement is step two of a nine-week journey to imagine your life after FIRE.
Congratulations! You’ve retired early. Now what? Consider walking with me through a 9 week process to explore the big questions: who am I? why am I here? and how shall I live in retirement?
In January, I spent 30 days noticing, documenting, and experiencing what joy feels like in my daily life. Here’s what I learned.
It’s been a year since I retired at 46. My biggest surprise is the gap between my experience and the pervasive myths about early retirement.