Retire Early Lifestyle
Retirement; like your parents, but way cooler

In 1991 Billy and Akaisha Kaderli retired at the age of 38. Now, into their 3rd decade of this financially independent lifestyle, they invite you to take advantage of their wisdom and experience.

The Adventurer's Guide to Early Retirement
A Common Sense Approach

Billy and Akaisha Kaderli

Dedication
Acknowledgements
Foreword by Paul Terhorst
Introduction

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part One:

How It All Began

Chapter 1 - A Short History
Chapter 2 - Why We Retired Early
Chapter 3 - Is Early Retirement for You?
Chapter 4 - Emotional Component of Retirement
*Faces of Ecuador
Chapter 5 - As a Young Boy

Part Two:

It's a Lifestyle, Not a Vacation

Chapter 6 - It's a Lifestyle Not a Vacation
Chapter 7 - 'Worry-Free' Housing
Chapter 8 - Housing Adventures
*Quechua Connection
Chapter 9 - Food Adventurers
*Happy Hearts; Cooking in Thailand
Chapter 10 - Our Food Secrets and How To's
Chapter 11 - Travel and Transport
*Slip Slidin' Away

Part Three:

Getting Started

Chapter 12 - Where to Start?
Chapter 13 - Track Spending
Chapter 14 - How Much Is Enough?
Chapter 15 - Advantages of Simplicity
Chapter 16 - Putting Simplicity into Practice
Chapter 17 - Spending Choices
Chapter 18 -  Money Mindsets
Chapter 19 - Money Management
*Searchin' Fer Salt

Part Four:

Options

Chapter 20 - The RV Lifestyle
Chapter 21 - Living Abroad
*A Traveler's Tribute
Chapter 22 - Perpetual Traveler
Chapter 23 - Journeying Through Life
Chapter 24 - Out of Practice
*The Plain of Jars
Chapter 25 - Volunteering
*Dreams Do Come True

Part Five:

Weighty Considerations

Chapter 26 - Medical Care
Chapter 27 - Health Care Options
Chapter 28 - Guys & Gals
*Travel Terrors
Chapter 29 - Peer Pressure
*Halong Bay
Chapter 30 - Freedom
Chapter 31 - Once Retired, Opportunities Arrive
*Making a Difference

Part Six:

Strengthening Your Retirement

Chapter 32 - The Fear Chapter
Chapter 33 - Having the Courage to Change
Chapter 34 - Confidence Builders
*An Asian Perspective
Chapter 35 - Reflections on Retirement

Afterword
Links

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