I don’t want to be looking too far forward in the future. However, in this topsy-turvy world that we live in today, I have vowed to remain positive and optimistic about our future plans. Needless to say, this is subject to change, but I always want to record my thoughts here, so here it goes.
Next year, around mid-2018, our desire is that we will finally take the next step in our careers, and move to a higher market. We are looking at Atlanta. I think that Greg is superb and awesome at his job, and I think I’m not too shabby myself. There are *lots* of opportunities down there for both of us potentially. I think it’s a great move.
The next thing to obviously think of is, would we want to do anything past that? Well, we don’t know. We have thrown around the possibility of moving to the Big Apple someday, but that is not a 100% assurance by any means. It all boils down to a simple thing: could we ever afford to live in a place like that and be comfortable and happy? If not, it’s not for us. It’s called being practical. I’m afraid that not a lot of people (at least from my point of view) do that these days.
There are certain people I know of (not naming names) that tend to overspend and live higher than their means. I was always under the impression that you need to save money. Save as much as you can and be careful and thrifty. We will always live by this philosophy.
Now get off my lawn! 😛