Slowing Down

Being raised in the USA is a unique experience since we’re in a very young society. Our society isn’t based on years of traditions, but is this a good or a bad thing? We work very hard, to the point where workaholic is a compliment in some circles. We want everything in our life to…

Decisions Fatigue

As you move further away from what society expects from you and reset early, you realize that there are less pre-prescribed decisions made for you. You don’t have to go to that job, you don’t have to stay in the area you live in, you don’t have to do anything you don’t want to do….

Milestone Birthdays

While it’s been a little while since I turned 30, I still remember that feeling at first that society expects me to feel. Oh no, I’m not longer in my 20s, I’m now 30. Where’d the time go? What have I done with my life? After asking myself these questions, I actually came up with…

Vices

We all have vices, whether it being watching tv, playing video games, playing sports, building things, or whatever it is that generally consumes a lot of our time daily. When you reset early, you need to find something to occupy those extra 40+ hours a week. Surprisingly, it’s so easy to watch that time fly…

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Asking for Help

This topic applies to more than just the Reset Early or Financial Independence movement, but really applies to all of life and at any age. I tend to find that being an American and being an independent woman, that we learn to use that independence as a way to think that we need to be…