Originally Posted by Danmar
In any event, some just end up with a lot. I think many of these adjust their lifestyles to fit their means in retirement. Others of course, might be too set in their ways and keep building their net worth's right to the end. To each their own.
Yes I think the ones that I find sad are the ones who keep w*rking well beyond their FI time because of fear that they will not have enough.
I guess my career taught me that planning can never be perfect, and if things do not work out, you adapt at the time that you need to.
-Get a job
-Move to a cheaper place
Life is full of options and uncertainty.
-Step up gifting
-Live the higher life
Most people can relate to the first group but a lot fewer are comfortable with the second group of adaptations.