I value freedom. It means a lot to me to come and go as I please, to live where I want to live, and to explore wherever in the world I dream. Ever since I was little, I had a great love of adventure and a great desire to map my own own road. My ability to create that life as I became an adult guided my journey and relationship to money. I needed a certain amount to travel, buy a house, create a retirement plan, send my kids to College, and eat a meal out once in a while. It became a balancing act of what to spend and how much based on the freedom I valued most. To this day, I eat home more than most. Not because I can’t afford to go out, but because I can share a delicious home cooked meal with friends and family at home at a fraction of what it costs to go out. I spend my money on my family trip to Thailand this Summer and tennis privates for my kids. Looking at what is important to you is a great grounding point in your life to see how you balance money. What do you value and is your spending in line with that? ——————————————
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Back when hiking through a rainstorm in Scotland just with a trench-coat. The moment it cleared up the water had begun running down the cliffs. This place gives you the true adventure feeling with dramatic landscape and ever-changing weather.