Boring career?

My priority was not to ‘retire’ per se but to escape the boring career I’d embarked upon as the result of naive compliance to suggestions from well-meaning parents, teachers and career advisors.

I have a new guest post over at Early Retirement Extreme. It’s called ‘The Push‘. New Escapologist readers might recognise the heart of this writing from ‘Plot your escape’ in Issue Three, readjusted somewhat.

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Robert Wringham is a humorist and the editor-in-chief of New Escapologist.

2 Responses to “Boring career?”

  1. Moneymonk says:

    “Issue Three” hyperlink is not working

  2. Rob says:

    Fixed! Well spotted and thanks, moneymonk.

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