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!
Right off the bat I have a feeling that my site is going to be a bit different than all of the other early retirement and financial independence blogs out there. We’re going to use this as a way to learn and grow and who knows, maybe even become less lazy and more motivated.
My journey towards a lazy retirement began just over a year ago after graduating and entering the workforce. Like many of you, the prospect of working my entire life has never been appealing. On the other hand I have often struggled with motivation and let’s face it, I can be quite lazy.
Early retirement and laziness certainly don’t seem to go hand in hand but we are going to prove that they do. In the process we will certainly improve ourselves and learn how to achieve a fulfilling but lazy retirement.
Diversity is the spice of life and the same goes here. From saving, investing, budgeting and lifestyle the site will grow and expand to cover any relevant topics. Learning together is what it is all about and that is really why I am starting this blog.
There is plenty more to come soon but I wanted to get out this introductory post and set up the mission of the site. Looking forward to sharing my journey with you all.
Jumping into the deep end with some of the posts that got me seriously contemplating an early retirement:
What are you waiting for? Let’s all retire lazy together!
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