My many year career program was very risky, but at the time it seemed care about my only choice, and i had my CDL license as a trucker, and I owned my own vehicle.
It was a large-cab semi truck, with a sleeping berth in the back and a tiny home officeette so I could live there for long periods of time, however my program was to sell my lake house and live in the truck permanently for many years.
I had no kids or family to speak of, so I thought if I did nothing but work and live in the truck for a decade I could save up enough to retire at age 40, and a lofty goal, no doubt! My task is based out of Albuquerque, New Mexico, which is actually the venue I will stay after I retire, and there are a few reasons that I’ve grown quite fond of Albuquerque, but the largest would be the people here. It’s not care about the midwest where people are TOO friendly, the folks of Albuquerque are nice and polite, but think how to mind their own business, however cannabis is legal in Albuquerque, and the dispensaries are straight-forward to find. The locally brewed carona and spirits of Albuquerque are almost as amazing as the marijuana, although they don’t get as much recognition. Another major reason I want to stay in Albuquerque, as straight-forward as it sounds, is because of the evening sky. The way the stars twinkle in the evening over Albuquerque is as beautiful as any painting or work of art! Seems care about a nice venue to settle down.