Financial Independence: It’s never too late to start.

Hi, I’m Paige.

Welcome to Money, Meditate, Meander or the 3 M’s.

The 3 M’s is a community of FI’ers who are getting a late start toward their personal financial independence.

To me, financial independence* has no super concrete definition, but in essence, it means being in a place in your life where you are not tied down with massive debt AND are happy in your day-to-day activities. (and that may mean you are working)

In the U.S., debt is almost a rite of passage and people aspire to having debt, but I think debt is suffocating and unnecessary.

The 3 M’s!

Each tenet of the 3 M’s has equal weight. One is not more important than the other. The three make the secret sauce. Time to put them in the pot!

Money: How you can make your money work for you. Not making 6 figures? Not 24 years old and a software engineer? One thing you do have though is a decade (or two) more of life experience. That’s gold right there.

Meditate: How you can bring balance and money to your life with a simple change in the way you think about “stuff.”

Meander: How you can experience our world with a full set of tools to get you where you want to go “on a dime”. Not kidding.

Ready to start? The tools for later life FI are all there, we only have to use them a bit differently and cleverly.

Ya! Let’s Do It!

Paige

Stalk Paige’s pictures and read her story here.

Do you have a question? Email Paige

* “Financial Independence – a state in which an individual or household has sufficient wealth to live on without having to depend on income from some form of employment. Financially independent people have assets that generate income (cash flow) that is at least equal to their expenses. Income you earn without having to work a job is commonly referred to as passive income.” – Wikipedia.

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