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#161 JohannBeckham

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Posted 16 February 2019 - 08:20 AM

Dream dreams session:
When you reach financial independence, what do you dream doing?

For me it's this:
https://m.facebook.c...548013005612377
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#162 MRROUGHSEX

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Posted 16 February 2019 - 10:11 AM

Wow, that's a good deal being location independent that you are, anong gig or side hassle yan?. I'm currently a stone throw away from the beach here in Australia (like 200 meters away, natatanaw ko lng sa window ang beach), so i love it that you can just come down for a dip and do whatever after. I love the lifestyle here, but the cost is horribly high.

Thanks!  I'd like to think I'm one of the few advanced  software developers using Inovalon, the biggest accredited platform in the US healthcare industry.  


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#163 MRROUGHSEX

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Posted 16 February 2019 - 10:16 AM

Dream dreams session:
When you reach financial independence, what do you dream doing?

For me it's this:
https://m.facebook.c...548013005612377

Establish my business by the beach, a dive shop.  Surfing talaga love ko but as I grow older, not realistic.  Scuba diving training and guiding meanwhile, I can do even when I'm old.  



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Posted Yesterday, 09:38 AM

Dream dreams session:
When you reach financial independence, what do you dream doing?

For me it's this:
https://m.facebook.c...548013005612377

 

 

Residing in a one-hectare tree and vegetable farm.  Occasional; freelance translation, full-time research on veganizing Filipino food province by province.


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#165 JohannBeckham

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Posted Today, 09:18 AM

Kahit Bata pa ako, Hindi pumasok sa isip ko na tumira abroad. Para say bakasyon at aral Lang siya. Mas gusto ko pa ring dito sa Pilipinas tumira.

As for healthcare, hopefully mas maayos na siya rito pag retirement age na nating lahat 😊


Totoo tlaga yung kasabihang "it's more fun in the Philippines".

The good thing being a dual citizen (in my case Australian + Filipino) is that I have options. If for example the Philippine government stuff up their policies for their citizens, pollution is hazardous, criminality is high, etc., then i have Australia as a fallback.

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Posted Today, 09:26 AM

Establish my business by the beach, a dive shop.  Surfing talaga love ko but as I grow older, not realistic.  Scuba diving training and guiding meanwhile, I can do even when I'm old.  


Wow scuba diving. We are lucky to have such beautiful diving sites in the Philippines and the water is warm unlike in some places in Australia or New Zealand where the water is cold.

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Posted Today, 12:22 PM

Wow scuba diving. We are lucky to have such beautiful diving sites in the Philippines and the water is warm unlike in some places in Australia or New Zealand where the water is cold.

Yessir.

 

Kaya very year ako umuuwi.  Kung magkano bonus, yun ang Budget.  Minsan $3K, minsan $5K, most of the time it's in between..  

 

 

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