This way of viewing retirement does not necessarily emphasize that mic-drop, walk-out-the-door forever moment of your last day at the office, but rather prioritizes the concept of financial freedom. In other words, being “work optional” means you have the option to retire at any time and the opportunity to fill your time with other things and experiences that interest you. This may mean spending every day on the beach, hitting the golf course several days a week, bumping down to part-time at a job you still enjoy and love but don’t need the full paycheck from, or pursuing another professional opportunity altogether with no particular salary needs.
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