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So she goes into this narrative about how she came to the city with an overly frugal mindset, worried about money and denying herself the pleasures of restaurants, clubbing and taxi rides.
A wiser friend encouraged her to loosen up: Sounds reasonable, right? I take exception because I’ve been in exactly that place.
But one of the most interesting articles in recent memory has been making the rounds on social media this month, and it has fired up many Mustachians because it combines just enough spirited and uplifting “Fuck Yeah” insight on the good life, with a well-intentioned but horribly wrong conclusion. With 2.3 million “likes” on Facebook (up from 1.2m last time I checked), it has probably fooled thousands of financially suicidal people into thinking they are not sabotaging their own lives after all.
In fact, I suspect that article has gone viral because it tells people exactly what they want to hear: The article is called “If You Have Savings in Your 20s, You’re Doing Something Wrong.” To be fair, it appeared in Elite Daily, which is somewhat of a notorious clickbait forward-this-to-your-facebook-friends content mill** to begin with.
Your brain will never be more sponge-like and inexhaustible.
Better than the average fate, but a huge waste of an opportunity if you ask me.
With just a slight tweak on the money strategy, I came out with the same exhilarating decade of memories, good friends around the continent, and a beautiful and accomplished soon-to-be-wife.
In real life (even New York City real life), you get paid for getting really difficult shit done, better than anybody else can do it.
This means fiddling with meticulous, gigantic spreadsheets at PM so you can get the impressively casual email to the department polished and sent by am.