How to Retire in Your 30s With $1 Million in the Bank
The New York Times Company · Steven Kurutz · 9/1/18
The New York Times Company
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  • bill - 6 months ago
    I especially appreciated the broader context of time and the comparison to older generations. It's undeniably true that we (30 year olds) see work and money in a fundamentally different way than our parents. Quite fascinating.

    Also, there's a common theme here. Every single individual cited in this article was *brutally* over-worked and over-stressed. That flies in the face of the widely held view that millennials are soft and entitled.
    • erica - 6 months ago
      These people are ridiculous. It's hilarious (and expected) that they all have the need to write blogs where they share financial advice and try to convince themselves and the rest of us that they love their lives.

      Life is too precious to kill yourself with work for 10 years so that you can retire in your 30s, watch movies, and solve Rubik's cubes. This article makes me sad.