Originally Posted by militaryman
Retiring a few years later to a life full of relationships that were nurtured and invested in along the years when needed will be much more rewarding than leaving a career at 50 that took the wind out of your sails and left you with a bigger bank account.
First, welcome to the forum. I think there is a lot of wisdom in the quote here. Your health and your family time are something that you can't afford to lose.
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Semi-Retired 7/1/16: working part-time ( 60%) for now [4/24/17 changed to 80%]
Retired Aug 2, 2017; age 53