I have nothing in common with the typical person. I drew this beautiful chart to help explain:
I fully acknowledge that I’m a weirdo and I’m completely cool with it. The other like-minded weirdos that I do manage to find are some of the best people that I know. If I had it my way, I’d put all of the Kardashian watchers on one side of the world and all of us weirdos on the other side. I’m realistic, so I know that’s a ridiculous idea that will never happen.
However, it doesn’t mean that we can’t congregate every once in a while:
- I’ve been to a couple Mr. Money Mustache meetups and they are loads of fun
- FinCon is like a great big party with old friends
- In early 2016, I’ll be traveling to Los Angeles to meet my friend Income Surfer Bryan at the Daily Journal meeting to see Charlie Munger.
- Later in 2016, I’ll be traveling to Ecuador to meet up with Jimmy Collins and friends
However, it’s still not enough.
I’ve been reading about the Frugalwoods’ hunt for a rural property in Vermont. They have stated that they want at least 20 acres in the beautiful woods. Twenty acres can accommodate a lot of people. I was daydreaming recently and put it all together:
Beautiful homestead + Frugal friends =
So now, the question everyone is asking is this:
Is FrugalWoodstock for real or is it just a figment of my wild imagination?
Hell, I don’t know! In the meantime, click on over to Frugalwoods to read my guest post. There, you can sign up to win tickets to FrugalWoodstock*!
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