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You save for a sunny day, not a rainy one. Why? To be able to have the freedom to enjoy that day. To be able to step out of the office. I went from broke like most people after college, to having the freedom to travel most anytime I want. Whatever that freedom might be for you, I'm showing you the strategies I and other financially successful people use, with doses of inspiration for sweetness.