Today we’re going to see how you can prepare your finances so you can buy a house without going broke! Things are about to get hectic around here. We just heard from our neighbor that the developer is going to start building the townhouses across the street from us starting next week. Buying a House […]
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Today on the podcast we’re going to be talking about the connection between your hobbies and having a rich life!
Do Your Hobbies Move You Closer to Financial Independence?
So today’s topic – this connection between the hobbies you have and whether or not you’re having a rich life – is fascinating to me. It’s kind of a continuation of this past Tuesday’s episode where we were talking about breaking the switch with mindless spending.
there focus there was making sure we were breaking that habit of unconsciously spending more and turning that into something more productive.
One way is through hobbies we take on. However, are there certain hobbies that can make a real difference with getting to financial independence faster and having a rich and fulfilling life?
In this episode, we’ll get into:
- different hobbies between high earning and low earning households
- how your hobbies can help you on the path to financial independence
- aligning your hobbies to a richer life
Hope you enjoy!
Financial Independence and Hobbies
If you want to explore and pick up some new hobbies, here are some resources to check out:
- The Value of Hobbies
- American Time Use Survey
- FI subreddit discussion: What are your hobbies/what do you do for fun?
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