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Thread: Early retirement and leaving Plato's cave

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    Excellent idea...I have joined a group called the tiny house blog..and in there are some wonderful restored single wides....I also purchased a book with ideas on that very thing you are considering....no mortgage is the goal...

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    MM...have you ever hunted?
    why not raise a pig for slaughter? certainly easier then hunting.
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    i am back....

    Hello to those that may remember me. ​i am grateful..looking at some of my old posts i can't remember being that confident. I ended up on a very long grieving journey. I lost everything, then even ended up homeless. But moved back to Bisbee got a small house and have been healing for 4 years now. Still shakey but more clear and self esteem is slowly rebuilding.

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    Welcome back, and I am glad you are no longer homeless. If you ever want to talk about it, we are here, not as often as we should, but we are still a community.
    You know it's love when the pain of being apart is greater than the pain of being together.

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    Welcome back!

    Very sorry to learn that you have been through yet more hardships since you were last here, and wishing you better for the future.

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    Living debt free is awesome. I work with people who spend money and even take out loans to buy so much crap. They work over time to afford things they don't need. I use things until I have no choice but to replace them. I am typing this on a 10 year old lap top, I have a cell phone which is just as old. People are in too much of a rush to run out there and buy the latest gizmo.

    First step to getting off the hamster wheel is to stop trying to keep up with everyone else.

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