Living life in accordance with values.
“He who has a why to live can bear almost any how”.
Recently I achieved a significant milestone on my road to financial independence. But it has brought an unintended consequence and an enforced change of plan. However, some core truths remain in play.
Dear reader, I apologise for taking so long to post news of my quest.
Hard work and hedonic treadmills
This month’s key phrases:
– Don’t try to time the market!
– Think slow – act fast!
– My bucket is smaller than Warren’s
– Don’t forget to smell the roses
– Avoid an accidental Gammon
– I like crisps
It’s been a busy month on all fronts. The month of April takes in easter and therefore there’s been school holidays, time at home on my own while the kids and Mrs MB3 go exploring, weekends away with the family, and even a weekend away with Mrs MB3. I’ve also been thinking about Morris Dancers and listening to conversations between my brain, my body and my leg.
In this post I discuss my virginity.
The month is nearly over and we continue to move steadily in a good direction when it comes to Mind, Body and Bank Balance. I’ve been a rebel this month though…
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