Personal finance blog Frugal Vagabond shows that financial independence can mean more than just the financial freedom to buy what we need. Financial independence also grants us the freedom of changing your mind, too. “If we’re not happy, we’ll change our minds. We’ll move. We’ll come home. We’ll settle someplace new that we can’t imagine leaving. We’ll take on part or full time jobs just to pass the time, assuming we enjoy them completely. That’s part of complete financial freedom too.” Indeed, financial independence is the luxury of changing your mind.
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