Time Moves On. What's Your Plan B

By Emma
16th May 2016

I am totally and utterly committed to helping people to become financially free. To not be told what to do. To grow old happily, knowing they don't have to rely on someone else; their partner, the government or their family, to provide for them.
Everyone should want that for themselves and for their sisters, brothers and their friends.
Fast forward to when you're in your 60s, it's not that far away! Will your pension be enough? In the majority of cases it won't be, if it even exists by then!
Will your husband or wife be able to financially look after you or will they be in the same situation? And what if something happens and they leave or are not around? Will your savings be enough? Investments? What used to work doesn't anymore, you need to know that.
So here's my advice. Take some action now to become financially independent. Be with your partner because you love them not because you can't look after yourself financially without them.

What's your plan B, because time moves on?
Monday becomes Tuesday
Thursday becomes Friday
February becomes March
Autumn becomes winter
And this year becomes next year....

If you don't do something about it, what will your 60s, 70s & 80s be like?

I'm into my 3rd year now of working part-time to build a future that means in years to come, me and Mike will be sipping cocktails on a beach without a worry in the world. That's because we are building a sustainable, residual income and I help thousands of others to do the same. When the time comes, imagine what a difference to your future lifestyle that'll make. Whether it's an extra few hundred pounds a month or several thousand, the difference of having that extra money EVERY MONTH will make such a difference!

Healthy mind & body and a healthy stress-free life....

That's an awesome way to make a living and a life at the same time.

If you want to find out more about how we managed to escape corporate life and live life on our own terms, read the rest of our story

If I Can Do It You Can Do It

Emma X

Tagged | beach money | emma sneddon | entrepreneur | financial freedom | freedom



10 comments on “Time Moves On. What's Your Plan B

  1. Michaela smith

    I think you and ur partner are inspiring
    Me and my partner are aiming to be like u guys
    Financially free and know are kids will be fine when they grow up. Since i been following you i have now applied for a day job as well as jp and being a mom to five and a close to perfect wife to be i want to show my kids that u can do and achieve what ever you want in life xxx

  2. Katrina

    Well said Emma, you couldn't have been anymore clearer and to the point...
    The world is changing, but we have the power to change our life's to be financially free to live life how we see fit..
    All it takes is that first decision to step out of routine & our comfort zone!!

  3. wandoo joy Abata

    Hi Emma this is very inspiring I can't wait to hear from you on what to do to b financially independent like I told you before am a young widow with two boys though a graduate in business management buh no job all I do for now is petty trade i will be very grateful if you can help me.

  4. Zoe Prentice

    This is fantastic Emma, you are such a huge inspiration to me!
    I'm a full time nanny and my retirement age will be at least 70 before I'm given a state pension. I can't see me being physically able to run around after small toddlers when I'm 70 so this business is definitely the right path for me.
    I'm thankful for all the help and advice you've given me that will help me be financially free like I've always dreamed of ?

  5. Staciejones

    Brill...stepping out of our comfort zone is the hardest step...but once you've done....its just the start of your financial freedom...thank you Emma ?

  6. Joanne

    Love this Emma,I joined jp so I could give my children the life they deserve and not have to say no all the time,hopefully my time will come when I can say yes more than no. xx

  7. Zoe

    What an eye opener.
    I completely agree, financial freedom in your 70's is what people on dream of.
    Its time to take the bull by the horns.
    Thanks for that Emma, great read. Zoe xx