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Bob Bamberg says
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Rachel L Alba says
I will have to admit I do not use drive time to daydream; no don't do that! We want you safe!
It must be a necessary thing though huh? I have never had a serial one but when I get on a good one I hate to lose it!
Well, it was an escape from living in a small house with two restrictive parents and a brother and sister. I loved them, but we sure could get in each other's way.
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Tim Mitchell says
Are you saving and investing money? If so, do you know the Rule of 72? You'll have much better luck with that than winning the lottery, which will exact a much greater price in taxes and friends.
Today I am on a fixed income leaving little room for saving. I do know the Rule of 72! I graduated 1972 and Seniors rule. giggle + giggle :-) Kidding aside I don't know about it. I will seek it out. Thanks for the tip!!
In the Rule of 72, you divide 72 by your interest rate, and that tells you how long it takes for your money to double by simply sitting in your account. Adding to it speeds up the process.
How did you manage to retire early?
Not sure if any retire :-) Without the details my position today is a result of fate, a willingness to learn, teachers-advisers-mentors, listening (like to what you shared I didn't know :-), decisions, have faith & trust in all of those, acceptan
I think we have probably all played with that idea; maybe not quite so intensely; I just like the spending! The gorgeous house and anything I want and money to give!
Jackie, limited space so . . . yes I am in full agreement - house & etc with day dreaming. But, why does it continue I ask myself? Is it stuck at the same place? Do I merely just change its clothes? Why is it so darn important to me? What then?
Mm; yes, I do recall ones I cannot wait to get back to and from what I have read about that it is just an escape mechanism from somewhere in our life we do not want to be or just a great daydream!
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