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Plan for one year of travel
Our plans are to stay in 4 different provinces on 4 different mainland for 3 month each and finally choose whether we want to move abroad or retreat to a desired place in the United States to educate our families.
Would planned on using 100k of this to finance the journey and store the extra 175k for a deposit on a home where we will end up at the end of the journey.
Woman plans on part-time work during the Oversea Journey (20-30 hrs per week) and will probably move in a year or so in approximately 250k with a part-time concert of this kind.
I think my missus should be fine.
Might financial independence be more of a philosophical concept than a number? financial self-sufficiency
I read "Your Your Cash or Your Life" again and I noticed a passage: I' m struggling with the notion of working extremly harder now to reach a financial target (concrete number) in 10+ years. I' ve seen and listened to samples of those who work so much that they won't be able to get rich or miss precious times with those who matter to them, etc.