Last time I wrote about how high our salaries can go into the information security field. Sure, you could spend it all on fancy cars, nice dinners, and a big house. But this week, I will discuss what to do with all that money so that you can retire in 10 years or less.
This list of ideas is pretty universal, but consistency is what matters most. To retire early takes the building of new habits and a lifestyle change. Keep reading my blogs, follow these practices, and I will guarantee that you retire earlier than you ever imagined.
What’s up, everyone. It has been a while since I last posted on The Cyber Union Blog. That is because I have been working in overdrive. Between my new role as a malware analyst at my primary job and back to back pen testing engagements, I have had 80-hour weeks. They don’t leave much time for anything else.
Yesterday, when I finally had some free time, I was doing my monthly budget review. It hit me. Budgeting would be a great topic to discuss.
I realized that not only has budgeting been an essential step in my path to financial independence, but it has also been one of the most challenging steps. In this blog, I will talk about financial independence and why budgeting is crucial to crafting a lifestyle free from the constraints of a typical job.