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January 03, 2014


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Dan @ Casual Kitchen

I'd say your insight is less blindingly obvious than you'd think. Most of us are unaware of where we're carrying fixed ideas or tunnel vision about how to do something--whether it's where we live, how we live, where we retire too, whatever.

We also don't know what we don't know. Right? Maybe raising chickens might be so awesome that that's ALL WE DO for the rest of our retirement lives. We just didn't know it. Then again, maybe not. :)


We have a lot to learn, having never been property owners before. Fortunately we have a loooooong lead time!

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