42 Days Later…

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The last time I shaved my face was on my wife’s birthday 42 days ago on September 30th, 2014. Needless to say, I have a decent start to an awesome beard. Starting this blog has given me a huge opportunity to self-reflect and ponder the future. A lot has happened since I started this blog a little shy of a month and a half ago. Besides the beard, I have had amazing new opportunities open up at work. I absolutely believe that this blog has forced me to live more intentionally and the power of intention is alive and well. Now this doesn’t mean I will now abandon all the work I have done to diversify my income and reduce my monthly expenses. Because financial freedom is still the goal, which means that once I have more income coming in from other activities outside of the day job that I have the choice to quit or stay. The key being a choice, whether I execute that choice is irrelevant.

This is just a short and sweet check-in. Life is good!

– Gen Y Finance Guy


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Gen Y Finance Guy

Hey, I’m Dom - the man behind the cartoon. You’ll notice that I sign off as "Gen Y Finance Guy" on all my posts, due to the fact that I write this blog anonymously (at least for now). I like to think of myself as the Chief Freedom Officer here of my little corner of the internet. In the real world, I’m a 30-something C-Suite executive. I am trying to humanize finance by sharing my own journey to Financial Freedom. I believe in total honesty and transparency. That is why before I ever started blogging, I decided that I would share all of my own financial stats. I do this not to brag, but instead to inspire motivate, and also to hold myself accountable. My goal is to be a beacon of hope, motivation, and inspiration, for you, the reader, by living life by example and sharing it all here on the blog. My sincere hope is that you will be able to learn from me - both from my successes and my failures! Read More

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