The alarm buzzes. You hit snooze a few times before stumbling your way into the bathroom, wishing you could do something — anything — other than go in to work. Pasting a smile on your face and mumbling “good morning” to your coworkers, you settle into your desk for yet another day of gazing at the computer. Don’t worry, millennials; only about 50 more years until you can retire. Thanks to an average student loan debt of $23,300, our generation’s predicted retirement age has been pushed back a decade to 73.
But what if your sentence didn’t have to be 50-plus years? What if you could put in your two weeks’ notice at 33 and embrace an early retirement?
That’s exactly what Justin McCurry did.
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