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Mindset, Money, & Life for late starters on the journey to Financial Independence

Oct 22, 2023

Jillian Johnsrud is the author of "Fire the Haters: Finding Courage to Create Online In a Critical World," a blogger at montanamoneyadventures.com, a podcaster at Everyday Courage and Retire Often, and a Life Coach.

When Jillian and her husband married, they had $55,000 in debt. They also had big dreams: take mini-retirements, travel the world, and adopt children. In the last 21 years, they have paid off all their debt, traveled to 27 counties, lived abroad for 4 years, taken 12 mini-retirements, and adopted 4 kids (plus had 2 biological kids!). They paid cash for their very first home and bought 2 rental properties that they fixed up themselves. They have served on boards of nonprofits, mentored kids from tough situations, and volunteered in all sorts of roles. 

At 32, Jillian became financially independent. Now it’s her mission to help others build a life that perfectly lines up with their values, passion and purpose

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Resources mentioned on the show:

Fire the Haters: Finding the Courage to Create Online in a Critical World by Jillian Johnsrud

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Retire Often Podcast

Catching Up to FI Episode 019 with Fritz Gilbert

Catching Up to FI Episode 022 with Jordan Grumet

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