Sunday, August 27, 2017

My Interview with "Eyes on the Goal" Blog

I was recently interviewed by Eyes on the Goal blog.

Run by Katerina Apostolova, Eyes on the Goal is about "personal finance for freedom seekers." Katerina has a goal of reaching financial independence within five years, and her blog is all about keeping her eyes on this goal.

In learning about financial independence, Katerina had listened to My Interview for "The Voluntary Life" Podcast. She then reached out to me and asked if I would be willing to provide a guest post for her interview series. Click on the image below to read the interview:


Thanks for the fun interview, Kate. I wish you the best in achieving your financial independence!

6 comments:

  1. I love everything you said here, Sarah. You’re an inspiration for how to sustainably live a meaningful life. I can certainly identify with the aspect of finding it difficult to find like-minded people when your lifestyle is unconventional. I’ve certainly been there in my years living abroad and continue to feel that way at times.

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    1. Thanks for your note, Melissa. I'm glad you've founded a like-minded person in Jason. I've known him for thirteen years now, and he's one of the most understanding and supportive people I know. I look forward to meeting you in-person one of these days soon!

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  2. Thank you, Sarah for being my guest!
    Ever since I listened to your interview for the Voluntary Life podcast, I wanted to get in touch with you. Back then I wasn't writing a blog and wasn't consciously working towards financial independence.
    It could have been somewhere in your blog that I got reassured that early retirement is not only possible but it's a also a lot of fun. Soon after that I decided to commit to working towards the financial independence goal.
    Now, I have the chance to pass your story forward to my readers.

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    1. You are most welcome, Kate! I'm so glad that you decided to steer down the path towards early retirement, and I'm even more glad to see that you've made significant progress towards traveling down that path. I look forward to following your journey. Thanks again for the fun interview! It's now time for *you* to inspire others! :)

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  3. Just wow.... I am going to have Math Major and Manchild read this!

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