Achieving Financial Independence is a Long, Grueling Hike.

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  1. Liz P. says:

    I do not have a plan for FIRE right now, but I think that’s because it is so far off for me. I have about $45k in debt holding me back, so I guess you could say my plan for FIRE starts off with paying off all the debt. Then it will turn into saving a larger e-fund. Then it will turn into maxing my TSP account out and so on.

    But overall, there’s no actual plan plan to reach FIRE right now, just financial goals I think will help me get closer to finally making a plan.

    • Chris says:

      It’s sounds to me like you have a good plan. Keep working it. I agree, debt is certainly one of those things that can restrict your progress. Get rid of it!! Thanks for stopping by. 👍

  2. Kate says:

    I like the retire early for you and then we can travel together. Maybe you could consult on the side so you can stay busy doing what you love and still bring in a bit of income. Besides, I know you would be bored sitting at home all day. And I would get nothing done with you around 24/7. Haha.😉 Does this mean I can retire early as well?
    Love you,

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