Financial Literacy Month

April is financial literacy month. But I don't think I have anything new to teach you. That's sort of why I've stopped writing, I felt like I was preaching to the choir. Probably not the best stance, but I just got occupied with other things is what really happened. Life. Perhaps I'll get back into writing again but I can't say for sure. I still follow the personal finance world every day though. I read a lot of the other blogs out there, but I tend to skim over a lot of the ones that no longer apply much to me... Debt, budgeting, blah, blah, blah. I'm more into the ones where people tell exactly what they are investing in and why (and not the ones about index funds, those are all relatively the same posts too).

But back to the point of this. There was one article I read a while back that really struck a nerve with me. I wish it was written when I was 23-24 so I would have started my journey to financial independence much more seriously much sooner.

It's the story of an Fuck Off Fund, it painted a picture I could really see. More than a year after I read it I can remember it in my head. It's not really about money, it's about options. Please read it, please share it.

A Story of a Fuck Off Fund.

-Zee

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