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How To Get A Raise: The Less Traveled Path To Financial Independence

Remember how I said in this post that nothing makes me happier than when people work towards FI, follow their passions, and create happiness in this world? Well, today, I’m pumped to introduce you to Chautauquan Brandon, who did exactly that. When Brandon first came to Chautauqua UK last year, not only did he impressed us with this kickass video editing skills, he elevated the whole experience with loads of laughter (mostly my childish giggles). Case in point: we were eating an English dessert called “Spotted Dick” and Brandon went around the dinner tables snapping “Dick pics”: So you can […]

Reader Case: Twenty Five To Life

It’s Friday, and you know what that means…another Reader Case! This one’s from someone who’s just starting off in their FI journey, which is always awesome since the earlier we reach people with our message of early retirement and infinite freedom, the sooner we can get people there! So without further ado, let’s get into it, shall we? Hi Firecracker & Wanderer, I’m a single 25 year old, living in one of the most expensive cities in Canada, and looking for some direction to be financially independent. While I’m not burnt out and planning to retire soon, I’d like the […]

Why You Should Be Happy The Markets Are Crashing

One of the nice things about being sequestered away in Greece for two weeks was our rather serene and much appreciated seperation from the daily news cycle. For two weeks, we were completely sheltered from the day-to-day shootings, terrorist attacks, and whatever the Hell Trump said/did/Twittered that day, and I gotta say, it was awesome. So it was a with a great deal of trepidition that I returned back to the real world last week and turned on my phone again. And as I feared, I got inundated with emails like this. “OMG, are you seeing what’s happening in the stock […]

Let’s Go Exploring! Gdansk: History Comes to Life

  Having been to Warsaw, Krakow, Zakopane, and Poznan , I was sure Poland wouldn’t have any more surprises for us. After the enchanting old town of Warsaw, the chandeliered salt mines in Krakow, the sparkling glacial lakes of Zakopane, and the cheeky head-butting goats in Poznan, could we really be blown away by Gdansk? Isn’t it just a touristy seaside town with narrow buildings and a canal that looks suspiciously like Copenhagen? Since we had already been to Copenhagen, Gdansk had big shoes to fill. So needless to say, I set my expectations low. Little did I know, Gdansk […]

There’s Something Special About Chautauquans

There’s something special about Chautauquans. Let me explain. While Chautauquas have been going on for years now, this year was a bit different. In the past, all Chautauquas were held in one place (Ecuador), but now we’ve decided to change up the location each year. This had the effect of making it a cool and different experience each time, and one somewhat unexpected side-effect of that was that more past attendees came back to experience a whole new Chautauqua in a whole new country. At first, I was excited to see our peeps, catch up with old friends, and see […]

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