“I say bless the worried, treasure all the hurting It better be a finer morning, God I need a higher calling I know apologies won't get the best of me I'm talking about a fine morning, reaching for a higher calling” - Lyrics from the song “Crocodile Tears” by BUNT. feat Jens Hult This is the last post I’ll be making on Canadian FIRE . All new entries will be on Lifestyle Optimization , found here . The reasons for the switch are outlined in Part 1 of these two articles. Part 1 was in bullet points but Part 2 is in paragraph form. I don’t why I wrote it this way but I did. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ You might expect me to launch into an apology for ending this blog, or the inconvenience of re-subscribing to a new website, or to highlight the regrets I’ve made on this blog. But this is not “The Fallout of My FIRE” aka the first time I ended this blog on an emotional note - this post has no regrets and no remorse - hence the title. As highlighted in Part 1, the time to change my study
April 14th. This will be the last day this blog survives. Godaddy.com will then have to roll up its sleeves and start up the chainsaw. They’ve already sent me the scary emails.. “Where’s ma’ money man? Where you goin’ punk? You have 20 days or else!” CanadianFIRE.ca will continue to exist in the form of " canadianfire3.blogspot.com" - no wonder I bought a custom domain, jeez that's an ugly url. Don’t memorize that url just yet, once I have it finalized I’ll send y'all an update. So why close down the blog? Is it for good this time? Okay, I have a lot to say here but honestly it seems like a waste of both of our time if I drone on in paragraph form so here’s a bullet list of the what and why: Canadian FIRE was a great learning experience but I’m moving on from FIRE-only content as most do in the movement. I’ve learned everything I could up until one day last year when I found myself a student without a teacher. Nobody has anything new or thought provoking to say.