For those of you who don’t know my story, here’s a little primer. I go by the pseudonym Cubert to keep a little anonymity on my blog, AbandonedCubicle.com. I’ve been a student of early retirement since the fall of 2014.
Around that time I discovered that it is possible to retire early with very little actual sacrifice and much to gain. That’s a good thing. See, we’d had our first kids – twins – just a year earlier. If life wasn’t crazy enough with work, the home front changes pushed us over the line.
I’m now within a year and a half of ending my cubical days for good. I’ll be 46, which is nowhere near as exciting as others who’ve reached that milestone in their 30s. But then, I have no regrets. And honestly, who can complain about being done working for the man, a good 15 or 20 years before Fidelity says you should?
Read the rest of today’s post over at my friend’s place: The Financial Journeyman!