Wow, I can't believe you guy's all have such new cars
Anyway's, we have a fine balance of work and owing our dream. The pivot of the balance is our necks and the water
level. The idea is just maintaining our heads above the water
of the sea of debt.
I do nothing special now and don't earn a lot. In fact, I kinda consider myself semi-retired, but that is only because I don't have full time employment
. My wife is Airforce and earns a good wage and that keeps us afloat. However, in saying that, it's been a hard road for us and I am not going into those details. But we sold our dream home to buy the boat and now we don't have a home, but I really don't care. We want to follow our dreams. That may or may not mean world cruising, but we will certainly be doing some
I look at it this way.
1: what is your dream?
a: that may mean major sacrifices and choices
2: is your dream still No.1?
3: Follow your dream!
a: when there is a will there is a way. You somehow make it happen.
b: it will be tuff going and your dream will be severly tested at times.
4: BUT! does No.1 still remain your dream??
5: continue to follow your dream!
It may transpire, that once you get your dream, it may not remain that. It could just be a search in life of what you are wanting to find and do. That's OK, you can move on to something else.
We built what we considered our dream house. I had everything in it I wanted. We had dreamed for years of having just what we ended up with. I even had a 30seat movie
theatre in it and the screen
was ruffly 12' high by 16' across. (damn I still miss that). The house was flippen huge, well for just the two of us. But after we lived in it for twelve months, we realised the house wasn't our dream after all. So we sold and moved on to our next challenge
Life is meant to be lived!!!!!!!!!