I'm in a very similar position.
Enough to retire
Don't hate job (just think I might owning my time more).
Not sure what to do.
At a high level I suggest a few things
1) momentum bias
Right now you are in a place where the default behavior is go to work, collect paycheck, come home. If you do nothing that will continue. To change you need to take action. Thus you will overweight the risks of the new decision and underweight the risks of the status quo.
Consider this. If you were unemployed right now and you were offered your current job would you take it? What if salary was double? What if salary was half?
2) fear of money vs fear of living a long time.
It's easy to calculate the scenarios where money runs out. it's hard to calculate the scenarios where time runs out... Especially the QUALITY of that time. The one thing we can be reatively confident in is that the quality of our life will likely go down over time... Reaching 0 at death
(maybe it's negative if you're really sick or something).
3) survivorship bias on the forums
This forum will naturally skew to people that retired and like it
. People that hated it or ran out of money are probably not here.
Now I think most people regret waiting longer than they should once they can retire, but I think its a consideration.
Lots of luck!
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