Leap of Faith: Quit Your Job and Live on a Boat
Time itself slowed down for us.
Leap Of Faith: Quit Your Job and Live on a Boat
We lost weight. We felt healthier.
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We felt happier. We were so damn happy, sometimes we would just sit and laugh at our good fortune.
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We still feel that way today. Yes we still had to spend some. Food, fuel, boat maintenance and repairs all added up. Two major boat repairs took a big chunk of what was left of our savings. We lasted three years before we started to get nervous about how little money we had left. I wrote a book that is selling moderately well at Amazon.
I also picked up a part-time job at the marina. My wife is waiting tables in town. We have absolutely no regrets. What will we do when the bank account gets big enough? Take off again of course! He was also a contributing writer for The Mariner Magazine, a Maryland based publication covering all things boating and fishing. After twenty years working for a major utility, he quit his job and moved onto a boat. He and his wife Kim are somewhere on the west coast of Florida. I hope we get a chance to meet you in Florida. Thanks for explaining how you were able to do this, in your memoir.
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You have until November 13th to vote, and the winner will be announced on November 15th. You can read all 4 stories by clicking this link, and then vote. Please view our 1st Published Anthology here. What a fabulous adventure! I get seasick so would rather live in a hut on land!
Drops of beauty. I like the way you show people in your memoir, how you were able to save money and let go of your possessions to live your dream life. Sonia Marsh recently posted.. Thanks Sonia for posting my story. I like what you do here. I really appreciate you sharing the book link. What a fantastic opportunity you have had. Thanks for sharing such a great story about courage and faith! Liz B recently posted.. Liz, Good to hear from you.
I would really love to travel to Japan, China, and Korea again. I lived in Korea for a year teaching English and enjoyed it tremendously. I miss living abroad, but certain responsibilities at home have kept me from traveling over to Asia again. Sammy recently posted.. No, really. This story was truly inspiring and makes me believe that taking off is possible if you really want it. Sharing that adventure with someone you love is an even bigger bonus.
Thanks for sharing your story! Glad this inspired you. What adventure do you truly want? I replied to the wrong comment. Thanks for the kind words. The complete story is in the book. Shameless self-promotion.
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Thanks to Sonia for finding people with inspiring stories. I love your story! I can relate to your gutsy story because my hubby and I quit our jobs, sold everything to live on a WWII ship and sail the seven seas for 14 months. I wish you oceans of blessings on the success of your book. Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
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The sailboat on the cover led me to believe he is a sailor but he bought a stink pot and drives it around Florida. No adventure here. The narrator was also hard to listen to. Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not? No, I was waiting and hoping for it to get better, but it didn't.
The only thing decent about the book was a few sound financial tips if you ever wish to retire. What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting? Dont get me wrong But this had the depth of a puddle. There is little plot or story about how he did this. It's More just general info and many many refrains to how nice it is to sit on your boat and sip a beer. His guide on how to do it was: pay off your debt and buy a boat. How did he do it? What issues did he face? What informed his decision? I want to recommend this book to, so many of my boating friends.
We live on a boat already and I am always bragging about how much cheaper it is. I sold my house, other boat and most of my possession. I did realize by this book we still need to get rid of more. I need to learn to be more frugal. We are on our way to making this dream a reality. Super excited about our new life. This book encouraged my dream more and made me realize where I need to do better to achieve it. This book was pretty interesting and eye opening.
click Full of good information and makes one think seriously about life, fun, money, dreaming big, and going for it. They have all sorts of free time. Time enough to write some cool books Breeze series.