Go to school. Get good grades. Get a good job. Buy a house. Work for 30+ years. Be a good consumer. Retire on a golf course.
For many, these are the ingredients for success. But life has more to offer those willing to change the recipe.
By living in a small apartment in an old building, walking and biking instead of owning a car, and preparing most of our meals in our own kitchen, we were able to save a large percentage of our income. Instead of buying things and services, we learned new skills that reduced our expenses even further. By learning to invest, we turned those savings into a respectable income stream. Now still in our 30’s, instead of 2 weeks of vacation a year, we have 52.
We are Jeremy and Winnie. Together we are Go Curry Cracker, a rallying cry we earned on our honeymoon hiking trip. This blog shares our journey.
Winnie Tseng is from Taiwan and is the Go Curry Cracker resident photographer. After working in high tech, she found her real love making magic happen behind the camera and in the kitchen. Now she travels the world in search of new flavors and images.
Jeremy Jacobson is from the United States and is the Go Curry Cracker blog writer. His love of learning and adventure make permanent travel the ideal lifestyle.
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