Growing up we were told that we need to go to school, get good grades, and get a good job so we could make enough money to buy a house and start a family of our own.
Unfortunately, the majority of people end up broke, out of shape or BOTH in the process.
Break Free By Achieving Financial Independence
If you’re looking to break free of the societal pattern above and work towards living a better life, you’ve found some like-minded people.
My wife and I began our journey toward financial independence in early 2018. Since then, we have been making major changes to improve our financial and overall health. Both of which have paid dividends.
In 2018, we created a financial plan that led to paying down some personal loans and saving a whopping 72% of our income. We enjoy tracking our expenses monthly through the free Personal Capital application and highly recommended it to all family and friends.
We’re also practicing habits to improve our spiritual, physical and mental health such as meditation, frequent exercise, and opting for plant-based dishes for our lunches.
Mission, Vision & Purpose
The purpose of this blog is to document my and my wife’s path to living a fulfilling, healthy and wealthy lifestyle while creating a platform to inspire others along the way.
My vision is for people to never have to feel stuck or hopeless because of the lack of money or fulfillment.
While you cannot change the social-economic environment you grew up in or the genetics you were born with, you can certainly start taking action and work towards building a life you are proud to live – in a body that you are proud to live in.Art, AKA Mr. Flexcents
If you are interested in learning more about the blogger behind Flexcents, visit the About page.
Otherwise, feel free to get started on some of these posts:
- Breakdown of How I Paid off Over $100,000 of Student loans Within 2 Years
- The Pre-FI Fog
- Guide to Pay off Your Student Loans As Fast As Possible
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Let’s connect as you join me on this journey on becoming physically and financially fit.