It’s Your Life Energy, Use It Wisely!

Mr. Enchumbao

I work for a large investment management company helping people save for traditional retirement. During my spare time, I help others save for financial independence and early retirement by writing for Enchumbao. My journey to FI began in 2012. I was in a lot of debt back then, but I turned things around and became debt free a few years later. My wife and I reached financial independence in 2017 and are preparing to retire by 2020.

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6 Responses

  1. LM says:

    I sure hope Tony is not buying that $3,000 pool table on a $13/hr salary! Sadly our “american lifestyle” leads many people (including myself in the past) to make those kinds of poor decisions and waste our life energy.

    • MrEnchumbao says:

      That salary is after all taxes are taken out so Tony believes he makes a lot more. I have made many financial mistakes as well and fortunately learned from them early on. You’re not alone!

  2. Bladimir Mercedes says:

    Powerful stuff here. I wouldn’t know where to star if I had to put a list of the garbage I have spent my life energy on, but it would make the pool table purchase look like an investment. It’s all uphill from now.

  3. Karolina says:


    I read the previous article about discovering the life purpose, and then this one, and am a little confused – did you live in Lithuania or Dominican Republic as a child?

    • Hi Karolina,
      My wife, Mrs. Enchumbao, wrote the article on Discovering Your Life’s Purpose and she lived in Lithuania as a child.
      I wrote this article and lived in the Dominican Republic as a child.
      Hope that clears up any confusion and thanks for reading! 🙂

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