If you’ve been married and working full-time for a while, you know the importance of quality time spent with your spouse. This is a chance to catch up, to talk about fun memories and make new ones together.
Unfortunately, our busy careers can make these quality get-togethers really difficult most days. There are late nights at work, deadlines and out of town trips.
To answer these questions, I’ve invited Tanja Hester and Mark Bunge on the show today. After 10 years of marriage and 6 years of diligent savings, this young couple decided to retire from their busy careers in late 2017 and give more time to their marriage.
At 38 and 41, Tanja and Mark have regained the best years of their lives. As early retirees, they are pursuing their passion for the outdoors, travel and spending more quality time together.
Tanja, Mark and I discuss:
If you're interested in early retirement and how it can impact your marriage, join us for this chat today. Tanja and Mark are an inspirational couple that will inspire you to do incredible things in your life.
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