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I’m not on board with trying to suppress all of my desires or pretend I don’t care about the things I care about… There is nothing — nothing — that I tell myself I can’t ever have.
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Sheldon could have enjoyed a life of retired luxury, with cigars, billiards, and velvet robes. He chose a grueling path of wilderness living and subsequent years of intense lobbying efforts to preserve that wilderness.
Inspired by the folksy wisdom in Warren Buffett’s annual letter to Berkshire shareholders, I decided to write my own letter. I don’t have any shareholders so this letter is written to my family, or my householders.
I always assumed that my thoughts on spending money would remain stagnant, like my thoughts on marriage or having kids. However, it turns out that my view of spending has evolved almost as much as my thoughts on time.
Everything that we discuss on here is about making more money and living a better life. The goal is to find a way to make money from your passions/interests.