I’ve usually been pretty open with my goals and finances with friends and family, so they know that I plan to retire early by saving and investing my money instead of going out and enjoy the pleasures of eating out, drinking, and clubbing (unless it’s free, of course).
Most of the time, they would ask, “Aren’t you going to be bored with all that free time?”, “What are you going to do for the next 30, 50, or even 70 years?”, or maybe even “How are you going to support your family?”.
My response back to them is usually, “I’ve got an idea” or “Everything will work out”. But really, life is unpredictable and it’s always better to have somewhat of a plan, so I can just adjust according to my situation.
So in the end, this post (yes, the very one you will be reading) will be more of a plan of what I plan to do (seven things in fact!) with all the glorious time in the world once I break free from the shackles of work and stop worrying about money.Read more