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.
I’m using my weekly wins post this week to reflect on my February goals.
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.
Five o’clock is right around the corner in California! So it’s time to close out the week with my regular weekly joy habit: pause, reflect, and write down 3 wins. This week featured an unusually large number of things that went off the rails, so I know it’s more important than ever to release myself…
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It’s Friday and that means it’s time to close the week with one of my favorite Joy Habits: reflecting on my weekly wins.
I choose to end every week with a simple joy habit: pause, remember, and write down my 3 biggest wins.
In January, I spent 30 days noticing, documenting, and experiencing what joy feels like in my daily life. Here’s what I learned.
I love to end my week with a simple habit: focusing on my weekly wins. All that’s required is a brief pause to remember, reflect on, and write down three wins from the previous week.
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.