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On Friday, July 29th of 2016, I finished my final day of work as a normal career man.
Since my last day was on a Friday, the weekend didn’t feel different than any other weekend.
That’s what happened to us when we moved to China for three months. FI was something I talked about and thought about so much that it just became this abstract concept in my mind and didn’t relate to anything in real life.
We did a lot of research, talked about it all the time with our families, and thought about it daily but when we landed in Wenzhou and got off the plane, I freaked out and thought, “Holy shit, we live in China now…what are we doing? It was a long-term goal that I guess I never actually pictured achieving.
After getting a lot of Mad Fientist stuff done on that first day, I continued getting even more accomplished the rest of that week.
Since I was working normal hours, that first week didn’t feel any different than the week before when I still had a job.
During that second week, I also decided to dive deeper into things that I already enjoyed.
Coffee, for example, was something I liked drinking every day but didn’t really know anything about.
Ahh, fortnight…a word I hear often here in Scotland but one that is underutilized in America (it means “a period of 2 weeks”, by the way).
So although my first week of freedom was similar to working life, my second week gave me a glimpse of what my new life could be like.
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