Living and the future

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Postby Candid » Tue Sep 01, 2020 6:47 am

and it showed.
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Postby Tom Dolton » Tue Oct 06, 2020 6:59 pm

GalmOne wrote:I think that, unless you're really born from a poor family and then you'll pretty much have to work hard all of your life - because "working hard makes you rich" isn't necessarily true, go find a rich coal miner or firefighter - you can always manage to escape the "daily grind" feel.
I mean, you can either decide to spend a good part of your life working hard, but due to your higher education and social skills, you'll get a decent wage, and then spend that money on buying houses or shares and becoming self-sufficient, or you can do as I did: find a regular job, maybe add some extras there and there like writing about how this new Spanish residence permit will change the country's real estate market, and then accomplish yourself in your free time, by travelling, or having a creative hobby like painting or writing, or mastering something like crochet or singing... And this way, you can look forwards to good things in the future, even with your daily job.

Spain is an awesome choice for permanent residence, true. I have been living here for the last 2 years (moved from Canada) and must admit that in terms of comfort it is several light years ahead :)
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