Why Enjoying the Scenery Along the Journey Is Crucial to Your Happiness

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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  1. Mrs. Goodlife says:

    I had a similar realization and it also came after a health scare. We are always so busy running around and working like the world is going to end if we don’t get something done today. I live way more mindfully now and take the time to breathe, to take it all in and appreciate the beauty in everything. I wish more people had this opportunitiy or didn’t need a “sock incident” to put it all into perspective. Our bodies are resilient, but they deteriorate and aside from the very few, we may not be climbing that mountain, running that race or seeing that beautiful place we dreamed about when we are older, because you may not even get there. Cheers to living fully today!

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