“For Nathalie, that has meant getting clear on what enough looks like. “You see all these numbers,” she says, “how much money people are making with their business or their launch or have stashed away in their retirement accounts—and I realized like, ‘What do I really need?’””
I enjoyed this piece so much because it really accurately reflects the way in which I've looked at working and at life. I didn't buy a farm, but I have lived below my means for quite some time in order to get to the point where I can work a lot less and then eventually not need to work for money at all. Figuring out your answer to the question of what you really need is freeing, letting you take time to do life things and things you enjoy so much more.