This blog is about happiness and freedom, and most days I am the happiest person in the room. This was not always the case. For most of us happiness is just a random state that we sometimes find ourselves experiencing, but it doesn’t have to be this way. Happiness is a skill and has components that can be cultivated and learned. We can get better at being happy.
For today’s post we will take a field trip over to another blog written by my friend Mr. 1500 over at 1500days.com.
You can read all about him here.
I stumbled upon his blog through a guest post he wrote about building an electric mountain bike (How freaking cool is that?). I started poking around his site and soon found myself a big fan of his writing. Mr. 1500 is a lot like me, just a guy looking for happiness and freedom, and along the way trying to inspire people with his story. He and I took a similar path in that we both sought early financial independence.
I met Mr. 1500 (virtually) a few months later when I asked if he would be willing to let me participate in his 10 Questions series where I could introduce myself to his readers. He was kind enough to allow me; you can read it here if you haven’t already.
Shortly afterwards we started chatting a bit and thought it would be really fun to collaborate. Head over and give my article a read.
Feel free to leave a comment there or come back here if you like.
Guest posts are a cool way for me to reach new readers, and also an opportunity for me to send my awesome readers to other blogs I love. While you are visiting, give a few of Mr. 1500’s articles a read. Heck, you may even end up reading them all. To get you started here are a few of my favorites I think you will enjoy:
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