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Launch Personal Finance

June 16 · Issue #31 · View online
Personal Finance & Financial Independence 3(ish) Articles, Curated Daily

Yesterday’s issue included an article about “Money Mentors”, friends, family, and colleagues that you can discuss your money issues with. Today’s first article touches upon that theme as well. Debt Ascent tells a powerful and personal tale about one of their Money Mentors (although they don’t use that term) and their mentor’s diagnosis with a terminal illness.
We often become so focused on some long term goal (financial independence, maximizing saving rates, building a business, etc.) that we lose focus on what really matters and forgot to keep living our lives. Yes, we’re all heading to our desired future destinations, but we can’t forget to enjoy the journey along the way.

A Story and a Lesson - Debt Ascent
We’ve all been there, you get in the car to head to work (at least before we all started working from home) and the next thing you know, you’re pulling into the parking lot. You’re not entirely sure how you got there, but there you are. It’s easy to go on autopilot on our lives (even beyond our commutes), but how can we break that cycle, become more mindful, and enjoy the moment?
How to Get Off Autopilot and Be More Mindful | The Fioneers
Jobs often get a bad rap in the Financial Independence community, often with good reason. However, there are silver linings to every cloud. Here are a few amazing benefits of having a regular job:
4 Awesome Things About Having a Job - MonkWealth
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