I’m on a roll…
It seems I’m on a roll with content swaps! Soon after I agreed to swap posts with Barry Choi, Mr. SR at Semi-Retire Plan also reached out for a content exchange. He was very flexible, and suggested a post exchange, interview, or link swap.
I always enjoy doing interviews, so I took a peek at Mr. SR’s Sitting Poolside interview series. I was pleasantly surprised, and found I really liked his interviewing style. Mr. SR’s questions were unique and tailored to each guest, and not just typical cookie-cutter questions.
After reading a few interviews, my decision was made—I was excited to take part in the interview series and join Mr. SR’s fantastic list of past guests. We emailed back and forth a few times to complete my interview, and it just went live today!
About my interview
As mentioned, Mr. SR asks great questions. In Sitting Poolside Interview with Chrissy from Eat Sleep Breathe FI, I share some parts of my story which I’ve never shared before, including:
- How my immigrant family’s perspective on money and wealth differed from Canadian norms.
- The unique challenges my husband and I have encountered as a one-income household.
- How my understanding of wealth and our pursuit of FI affects my parenting.
- Some lightbulb moments my kids have had about money.
About Mr. SR
Mr. SR writes about personal finance, decision-making, and early semi-retirement at Semi-Retire Plan. He has been featured on MSN, Yahoo Finance, and Databox and holds a master of science degree in business marketing. Mr. SR is a fan of college football, Taylor guitars, and extra-large coffee mugs.
Coming soon: Mr. SR’s guest post
Watch for the other half of our content swap early next week—Mr. SR will be making a guest appearance here at Eat Sleep Breathe FI! In his guest post, he’ll compare semi-retirement and FIRE. Ooh… which one wins? Check back next week to find out!
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