No one gave me this sailboat. No one gave me the money to buy it. I worked my a$$$$ off and saved money my entire life, so that I could live out the dream that I knew was important to me.
“For anyone who thinks that their dream life is out of reach – I promise you it is NOT! No one gave me this sailboat. No one gave me the money to buy it. I worked my a$$$$ off and saved money my entire life, so that I could live out the dream that I knew was important to me. I saved my first $1000 when I was 10 years old delivering newspapers, and never looked back. I sacrificed buying beautiful things with this vision in mine. I worked weekends and nights and two jobs for years and years until I built my own business. And every moment of it was worth it.” – @beverleycheng
What do others think about this approach to living the dream?
Hannah wrote, “People just associate owning a boat with being rich but not a single family house. Even though a boat can cost much less 😅.”
SauceOnTheSide replied, “Anyone that owns a sailboat knows that it tends to be a money pit. You can’t flaunt $, since it all goes to fixing things.”
Another commenter share their own experience of 2 years living aboard a sailboat with no income or money! “I lived at sea for 2 years, did it on nothing, best 2 years of my life, live it!”