Monthly Archives: June 2013

Lifestyles in Retirement: Cable TV Troubleshooting

I’ve blogged before about how do-it-yourself home maintenance can accelerate your goal of financial independence. (See the related posts below.) Unfortunately, sometimes you have to put down your tools and seek professional help. My spouse watches a lot of HGTV and … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Ease the Transition from Military to Civilian Career

This guest post is brought to you by Aaron Walker. (If you’re interested in contributing a guest post, please see our guest posting guidelines.) I’ll be honest: When I began the job search as I moved from the military to civilian life, … Continue reading

Posted in Career, Money Management & Personal Finance | 2 Comments

“I’m setting a good example by working at a job”

I read an interesting forum thread about the conflicts between living life on your terms or meeting society’s expectations. When you reach financial independence and can choose whether or not to work for a paycheck, there may still be other … Continue reading

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