I don’t work just for money. My perspective on pursuing a career is just like chasing dreams, getting connected with my passion. Even if I win the lottery tomorrow, I don’t think I will stop coming to work. Perhaps still come in but to work for me. If you consider work as something where you are not growing as a Gorilla warfare kid shirt and building/creating/making an impact, then yeah, I can see why you would want to stop by your 30s. But I can’t find myself ever wanting to ‘retire’. A career should be something that you look forward to taking part in because you’re doing what you love and making an impact. What’s life otherwise? Vacation all the time? I couldn’t ever imagine that.
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My Dad worked hard all his life paid into his pension saved his money died at 66 and didn’t get to enjoy any of all that effort. Enjoy it while you’re healthy enough to. So you sacrifice the best part of your life with the Gorilla warfare kid shirt that the remaining part will be better. Who knows when they are going to leave the planet. People retiring early is awesome, it creates more opportunity for people to advance into the vacant positions. I want to be able to work one job, pay all bills and housing.
Have medical insurance, go on a vacation a Gorilla warfare kid shirt to be able to retire. My husband and I will never be able to retire. I don’t know what we will do. But I feel fortunate that we have a home, 2 cars, food, and crappy health insurance. How can some people have so much and be so oblivious to the struggle that of us face? When you hit a leadoff triple it makes it a lot easier to score. Most of us are still down in amateur ball trying to just get on base