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Given Infinite Money, would my brother Wax Mannequin ever stop rocking? No, he would only rock MORE. Image credit Tanya Plonka. And besides, even on an individual level it is a bad idea.

What about those studies that show life expectancy drops very quickly for those who retire? What about those of us who love our jobs? I propose that you keep right on working well after your retirement date, and in an ideal world you keep working right up until the last day of your life.

Only then and with the satisfaction of countless decades of doing your best, is it really worthwhile to take that final rest. If this sounds like a prescription for living hell, the problem is not with my proposal.

The problem is likely that you are doing work because you need the money, rather than for the joy of getting the most out of each of your days. And there really is a better way. These days, I seem to know quite a few financially independent people.

They come out of the woodwork once you start writing a blog about the idea, and we end up keeping in touch because we have so much in common.

They are fun friends to have, plus it is handy to have someone with whom to share a mountain bike ride on a Monday, or beers on a Wednesday. According to their own definition, they no longer need to work for money because their investments cover their usually below average spending. And yet, at the present moment almost all of them are still doing things that look like working.

Others are still productive at writing books or investing and helping others start companies of their own. Even I get accused of not being retired on the grounds of either carpentry or writing.

For the first few years after retirement, I found myself continuing old money habits without questioning them. And besides, if money is good, then more must be better, right? When spending decisions came up, I would stress unnecessarily to optimize each one. Habits like these are very healthy when you are still earning your independence: So once the job was done, I wanted to put the theoretical freedom into practice.

I forced myself to adopt two new rules:. For the Beginner Consumer, most definitely. But by the time you are truly ready for early retirement, these guidelines should lead to almost exactly the same life that you already have. The key is that both factors become magically self-regulating if you understand what truly makes you happy. For me, this means physical power tools, but also tools like a functional office, a nice kitchen, and good shoes.

My best days are the ones where I accomplish something truly difficult, preferably in both mental and physical realms. And my worst days are those that I just spend sitting around. The key is that it must be creative, social and engaging work that brings you towards a purpose you believe in.

But when an advertising company hints at a seven-figure offer to buy this blog, I have no interest at all. After all, would I give Mr. Money Mustache away for free? When you take money out of the equation, it is much easier to make decisions that really bring you a better life.

Instead they start doing their best work. And yet are still working because it means something to them. It means opting out of the bullshit portion of your work. The commuting, the politics, the production of inferior products just because your boss has found a profitable niche to exploit.

Early-retired Doctors might set up smaller practices which operate without any pressure for profit optimization, and without patience for insurance company shenanigans. They might treat their medical staff better than the larger operations do. Early-retired Attorneys might refuse all cases that are based on questionable ethics, and do only work that actually helps somebody. Google engineers who retire early might still work or contract part-time, or feel compelled to create completely new inventions with their newly freed minds.

How would you run your own life, with a continuing desire to create but no immediate need to make the next mortgage payment? Early retirement also leaves much more room for family life, because you lose your fear of falling behind.

In fact, before beginning this project I granted myself 20 years of slack time, just to make sure work would not take over. But who cares about conventional business productivity? There will be plenty of time in the second half of my life to embark on bigger things. And there is no such thing as skills going obsolete: A true Early Retiree expands his or her network of skills and knowledge every day in unforeseen ways. As the years go by, the friendships and business opportunities only multiply, whether you have time to capitalize on them or not.

The net of all this is that you probably have less to fear about post-retirement life than you thought. You have decades to build, accumulate and contribute after you make the jump. So make your plan with a heavy dose of optimism. There is nothing to lose and everything to gain from getting as many people on this train as possible, including yourself.

BCBiker April 15, , 6: I try to explain the concept of FIRE to people at work but usually get weird looks because this is such an unfathomable concept. I will henceforth direct them to this post. Finance Clever April 16, , 5: I think is is hard for us humans to change our herd mentality. RetiredToWin Alex April 16, , 9: When you no longer are obligated to work FOR money, a world of opportunities opens up in front of you.

Becoming capable at doing new things is a great feeling and a great life enhancer. And not having to work for money is what really frees you to tackle those new things. Darrell April 17, , Eldred April 17, , Kathy Abell April 20, , 9: So many things to see and do … so little time — even without spending 40 hours at work.

We are trying to complete our international travel list before either of us become too decrepit and or grumpy to deal with adventures such as missing a connecting flight home. Kathy, do you think that this is a mind set about being too old or grumpy to deal with travel issues? Have you heard this from other elderly people? Kathy Abell April 22, , 1: While not lame, neither one of us are in good enough shape to be running through large airports trying to catch our flight.

Most recent case in point: So in our case, I can definitely see there are not too many more good travel years left perhaps five? You never know when you may face a life threatening health issue or a loss in capability. Whatever you want to do, do it sooner rather than waiting until later. Eldred April 22, , 1: My dad has enough money to travel around the world. However, at age 91, he no longer has the health or mental capacity to do so. Ed May 1, , As I have read from other bloggers not done myself….

Longer term stays, sounds like the solution…. Sure sounds good to me. Daddiosmadio April 21, , 2: I think also there is a bit of hidden resentment as well.

This is what they say, but not really how they feel, somewhere down deep. Donna November 3, , 6: I have to agree with this. It seems like every time there is a conversation about what to do with extra money, the conversation somehow goes like this: The reply is usually the same too.

None of that has happened but we have had great self-control and a very long term vision that extended beyond just this year.

I call it intentional finances. Rob the Lawyer April 16, , 9: Wonderful post, MMM, and I will be sharing this as a shortcut for ending my typical friendly arguments! The Money Mechanic April 16, , I feel you with the frustration in explaining this concept to family and friends. The one and only downside to converting to a kickass lifestlye of efficiency and leisure is watching those you love continue to be stuck in the consumer trap.

I am tired of watching creative and intelligent people fit themselves into the vicious cycle of working to support fake thrills and symbols of status.

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