BLOG: EARLY RETIREMENT LIFESTYLE

REVIEW: RETIRE EARLY LIFESTYLE

 

I know it is early to talk about life once already in RETIREMENT, but it is important to dream big and remember one of the mottos that guide this blog: “Keep the feet on the ground and the head in the clouds.” It is crucial to be able to visualize […]

BLOG: LIVING A FI

REVIEW: Living A FI

 

Today we look into the blogger Living a FI, another engineer retired early, at 38, (another that I can not reach . . . a sigh for my time). In my opinion this is the clearest discourse on personal finance I have seen in the blogosphere. No mincing words, he […]

BLOG: GO CURRY CRACKER

REVIEW: GO CURRY CRACKER

Go Curry Cracker, gives us another example about the actual possibility of retiring early. The nomad family of Jeremy, Winnie and their son, documents their particular roundabout the globe in the blog, apart from sharing tips on personal finance, savings and investments. Jeremy, the main architect of the blog, clearly speaks […]

BLOG: THINK, SAVE, RETIRE

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Today we stop by Steve’s site, who runs the ship of this blog dedicated to everything that has to do with RETIREMENT, the sooner the better. It always helps me read his posts because they are simple, direct and brave. In addition, he does not waste time on secondary issues, almost always offers […]

BLOG: RETIRE BY 40

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Today we present you Joe Udo, the man behind Retire by 40, a former engineer that retired four years ago when he was 38!! I will not even match him, but his path and experience has helped me to understand what I have to do to retire soon. I hope it helps you […]

BLOG: ROOT OF GOOD

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This post is a bit different from the previous ones. Part of my mission with this blog is to bring you a summary of what’s out there on the web about FIRE (Financial Independence/Retirement Early), so you get the best without putting all the time to find it. Today we take a look […]

THE POWER OF DELAYING GRATIFICATION

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FOCUS AND DELAY THE REWARD

Try to resist this impulsive temptation that burns you inside and “demands” from you to provide, at once, what it wants. If you can hold that craving for the instant reward and forget the itch you can achieve greater goals in the medium and long term. Basically, DELAYING GRATIFICATION means […]

TRAVEL: 10 BEST THINGS TO DO IN MEXICO

TRAVEL: 10 BEST THINGS TO DO IN MEXICO

What are the best things you can do in Mexico? These are my finalists:

Visit Teotihuacán and feel tiny, yet at the same time mythical, Wander around the streets of the Magical Towns (Pueblos Mágicos), the more the merrier.http://www.pueblosmexico.com.mx/ Admire the baroque facades of colonial churches, step […]

TRAVEL: MEXICO UNDER THE SKIN . . . OR A TEST FOR RETIREMENT? Part 2

Músico en Guanajuato

MEXICO UNDER THE SKIN, KEEPS SOAKING

Here is the second part of the trip to Mexico . . .

Bell towers in the main church of Cholula, built on top a Nahuatl pyramid.

THE GIANT

As I was arriving in Mexico City, just like Calamaro entering the Grand Azteca, I was stiff, I was […]

TRAVEL: MEXICO UNDER THE SKIN . . . OR A TEST FOR RETIREMENT? Part 1

MEXICO UNDER THE SKIN

I told you that NOT everything would be about money on this blog. This is the first post of a series of 3 on travel through Mexico. ENJOY !!

 

Not long ago we entered into this monster of a country that is Mexico, more than 125 million people and a […]