[A020] YOLO, Yo? Carpe Diem Without Sacrifice

Do you YOLO? Here’s how to party today and prepare for financial freedom tomorrow.

Many Millennials are putting off traditional life milestones like marriage, buying a home, and starting a family. Many Millennials have subscribed to the “you only live once” – YOLO.

Travel is a big deal for many young adults who want to experience life before responsibilities and age weigh them down. But do you risk running out of money later?

You don’t have to give up experiences now. Plan ahead, and take steps to be responsible with your finances, and you can YOLO now, and still achieve financial freedom later.

Be sure to listen to our suggestion for things you can do right now to set yourself up for success in the future, even while you YOLO today, like creating a life map and investing.

Concepts

  • Do you really need to hit the “traditional” life milestones in “proper” order to be an adult?
  • Why now is a good time to YOLO.
  • You don’t have to travel abroad to YOLO. There are plenty of ways to seize the day without leaving the country.
  • How to be smart with your money, even while you have a good time.
  • Tips for laying a solid foundation so that your YOLO adventures don’t lead to financial ruin.

Video Clips

Become a Friend of Adulting

To get Adulting delivered directly to your device, subscribe using iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, or your app of choice.

Join the Friends of Adulting! Please leave an honest review on iTunes. We would really appreciate the feedback!

Resources

The AtlanticHow millennials are changing travel

Like what you’ve heard?

Join other #adults who receive free weekly updates.


For a limited time you’ll receive our new book, The Best Bank Accounts for Adults, when you sign up!
[A020] YOLO, Yo? Carpe Diem Without Sacrifice was last modified: March 3rd, 2017 by Harlan and Miranda

Leave a Reply

Featured Podcast Episodes

Fake news is so enticing that real facts often have no impact on other people’s beliefs.

Before long, there will be a recession, depression, or financial collapse. You can count on it. You can also prepare.

Boom. You’re the boss. Good job. Now that you’re done celebrating, it’s time to make sure you’re a manager that people actually like and respect.

Trying to figure out what to sell online? An online sales business can change your lifestyle.

You don’t need to be an obnoxious braggart to get ahead. In fact, you might be better off cultivating a little humility. Don’t be a jerk.