The Easter break sure has been kind to me but not my blog. Hopefully the topic I’m writing about today will help me stay on track and keep delivering more posts to you all. Some things in life become routine, many which are good but others which aren’t. Habit tracking is the best way to bust the negative and create positive change in your life.
Caffeine is an addictive drug that is too often consumed in unhealthy beverages and amounts. Personally I would find myself drinking some sort of flavored coffee nearly every morning and a Dr. Pepper with lunch. It became a craving, I needed those to get by. Unbeknownst to me I had also been experiencing acid reflux and GI discomfort. When I brought my symptoms up with the doctor he mentioned the possible issue and that caffeine is a major contributor. Right then I knew I needed a change.
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Risk taking is one of the absolute most important things you can do to improve your life and accelerate early retirement. While I am no expert on breaking out the comfort zone, I have experienced the effects first hand. Sticking with what you know will have you going nowhere fast. Take a risk if you are waiting for your life to improve
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Net worth is the one thing we all monitor closely, a sign of our overall financial health. Only appropriate that I start things off with my very first update. Such good timing that I am opening this blog just after the end of the first quarter! The first three months of the year have flown by. Settling into my new apartment, work ticking up after the new year, things have been crazy in general and I am looking forward to escaping for a long weekend soon. Continue reading “Lazy Retirment Journey – First Net Worth Update – Quarter 1 2017”
To retire early is freedom and you can achieve financial independence even if you are lazy, I hope you’ll join me on my adventure
Let’s all retire lazy together!
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