A clear line

Hello, my friends. I hope this new year is treating you well. It’s been excellent for me so far. Soon I need to announce the 2023 Ecuador chautauqua about money and meaning, but before I do I’ll give a brief update on what I’ve been up to.

Deciding to extend my sabbatical from Get Rich Slowly indefinitely has been liberating. The moment I committed to this, it was as if a heavy load were lifted from my back. I’m able to pursue other passions now without regret. I don’t feel guilty. I don’t feel like I need to give myself “permission”. I just do what I want, and it’s awesome.

Isn’t this what financial independence is supposed to be?

How I Spend My Time

My food and fitness choices have remained strong now for six weeks. (Official start date of my re-dedication to health? December 13, Taylor Swift’s birthday.) I’m lifting weights three times per week. I’m walking roughly five miles per day. I’m doing yoga. My alcohol consumption is way down. More importantly, I’m making smarter…

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This article was written by J.D. Roth and originally published on www.getrichslowly.org