Monthly Archives: June 2012

Progress

I remember I came across Financial Samurai’s ridiculous post on the ‘evils of early retirement‘ months ago, and dismissed it as a fluff piece meant to get a few page views. And I never bothered to go back because he just didn’t come off as a serious writer. But a guest post by Mr. Money […]

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Edwardian Me

I’ve realized my attitude towards work more closely resembles that of the British upper class of the Edwardian era than it does that of a modern American. The idea that someone should desire or need a career or profession is distasteful to me. -Something to be done only out of necessity. Education ought to be […]

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