I’m gearing up for my quit date and have started a jam board of all of my reasons for quitting and my motivations. I’m a little embarrassed to admit that money is at the top of that list. But I will be able to save almost $5k in a year by quitting which will fund a kitchen improvement I really want (but don’t need). After that first year I can add additional funds to my retirement and will also need less to live on once I do retire. I know health will be at the top of everyone’s list—mine too with a history of asthma and high blood pressure with the added insult of pneumonia and pleurisy almost every year, and now the risks of COVID. I am super interested to hear what really helped carry YOU across the finish line as that might help me imagine things I haven’t thought of yet. TIA!!