Saturday Linkage:


  1. Wear a wide brimmed hat and retire extremely early (Early Retirement Extreme); Standard advice for all of us on how to live frugally and retire very early
  2. 3 Exercises Help Reluctant-to-Retire Folks Know When to Say When (Kiplingers). Interesting exercises to see if you are ready to go
  3. More Is More: The End of Minimalism (The Walrus); its always a cycle – just like the 70s begat the 80s
  4. Don’t Turn Your Passions Into Work (Bitches get Riches) Something I need to guard against with my woodworking side hustle
  5. It’s Okay to Outgrow the Life You Thought You Wanted (Rainesford Stauffer); The goal posts are always moving
  6. Curbside Pickup and the End of Peak Consumerism (Art of Manliness); Shopping online appears to be cutting back on impulse buying of extra items we don’t need
  7. This Is What ‘Self-Care’ REALLY Means, Because It’s Not All Salt Baths And Chocolate Cake (Thought Catalog) “True self-care is not salt baths and chocolate cake, it is making the choice to build a life you don’t need to regularly escape from.”  
  8. The Cost of Friendship (Incognito Money Scribe); One of the saddest things about the modern era is the decline of friendship
  9. Buying an Annuity versus Equities (Retire Early Lifestyle); Alternatives to just buing an annuity at retirement.
  10. The Ad Revenue Grid (Four Pillar Finance); For those of you trying to monetize your blogs and websites
  11. Our 2021 RV Adventure is Underway! (the Retirement Manifesto); Update and review of a families post-retirement travels by plane, train and automobile

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