"Money cannot buy you everything, but it can make you awfully comfortable while being miserable."
Some people call me the jack of all trades. To be honest, I am just like you. I have a day job which I both love and hate, depending on the workload and the stress level. I have monthly bills to pay. I don’t even have my own car. On a heavier note, I have to deal with debt, because I can debt in any way I can.
Sometimes when I have free time at work I tend to act busy. Busy with trying to plan my next trip and finding the cheapest fares. Busy with daydreaming, thinking where I’ll be if I have all the money in the world. I love to travel. When I travel, I can’t help but pay particular attention to the small details. What the air smells like, how sexy their accent is, how their culture differ from mine. Of course, with all those day-dreaming, it always ends up with me researching money making and investment options to get me closer to my dream of getting out of the rat race and just work because I wanted to, not because I needed to. Sounds familiar?
Basically, I just want to find ways to make more money and live the life while traveling the world. And for me that’s what millionaires do on a daily basis, hence the blog name. I like how it is to be a millionaire. And I like the lifestyle that comes with it. However I am frustrated because of the struggles I have to go through to get there (though I’m starting to doubt that I’d actually become a millionaire – a millionaire debt maybe?).