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About: I’m writing from the position of having already achieved wealth and financial independence, and I want to help you get there too. My intention is not to re-hash the basics of the FIRE lifestyle or journey. I like to focus on the behaviors and lifestyle factors that drive money decisions.
Year Started: 2017
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Self Control Is Hard, Make It IrrelevantApril 20, 2021
Fit But Not Healthy, Wealthy But Not RichApril 13, 2021
T.G.I.F. Friday: Volume 40April 9, 2021
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