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Subject: Re: Wish list Date: 2/7/2004 2:18 PM
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<< In past years, I could easily pay for everything on the wish list and still save for FIRE. However, post-FIRE it is different--to do everything on this list would mean that I would need to go back to work. So for each item on my list, I have come up with a viable alternative that could fit into my current SWR. It helps me see that I truly have choices: RWOL or go back to work for a while.

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Interesting. May I ask what kinds of activities are getting screened out of your retirement budget, and how much you might miss them. Heh, heh ---- not enough to go back to work, apparently!



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