About Accidentally Retired: Accidentally Retired is my journey from being a CEO to finding myself accidentally retired at the age of 36. I never intended to retire early (though I may have fantasized about it), but Accidentally Retired is my exploration of Financial Independence, Early Retirement, Enjoying Life and more.
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