Taking the path less Traveled

In life, we have choices. We have the choice to go to college, get a job, and save the rest of our career for retirement. When retirement does come around and if you have saved enough the past 20 to 30 years, you then will have the freedom to go the places you want, when you want. This is the path that most people take. Which is an honorable path. We do need people such as nurses, doctors, and lawyers for society to be able to function. If there wasn’t a garbage man to come pick up the trash, then who would. Just remember that you have a choice. Every morning you have a choice of what path you are going to take. Are you going to continue your 9 to 5 job that you don’t love or work under that boss that commands way more than your paid for? Are you going to go down that path that eventually leads to retirement, as long as there is enough money in your retirement fund? Or will you choose the path less traveled, where there is adventure and you can take as many days off when you want to because you are actually making money while your away. The reason I chose the path less traveled is because I want adventure. I want to be able to take off and travel where I want to when I want to. I don’t want to waste away at a 9 to 5 job for the next 30 or so years.

This all may sound good and dandy but, it doesn’t come without a lot of hard work. Stay dedicated and determined to your goal. If others can do it from scratch so can you.