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Contact me at 850-939-5858 or kimberly@thesemiretiredlife.com

Hi…my name is Kimberly and I’m one of the younger group of Baby Boomers.   I call myself a recovering MBA, and am part Visioneer and part Pragmatic Dreamer.  I am very adept at strategy and finding a way to successfully get from where I am to where I want to be.  This time, you are invited along for the ride.

If you are looking for the credentials, here they are:

  • MBA Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA 1990
  • BA in Journalism with Minor in French University of Georgia 1983
  • FL Licensed Real Estate Agent (not active)
  • FAA Licensed Aircraft Dispatcher
  • Licensed Profiting from Your Passions® Analyst

Work experience in Sales, Sales Training, Direct Sales, Marketing, Complex Project Management, Internal Communications, and Classroom Instructing in the Pharmaceutical, Medical Capital Equipment, Telecommunication, Advertising, and Commercial Aviation industries.

(Good grief.  Enough of that.  See why I am recovering…?)

My DREAM is to earn enough in 40 weeks to live for 52, without being shackled to benefits.   I am open to any combination of seasonal, contract, or freelance work that lets me take at least a month at a time off.

Bottom line, it’s not about not working.  It’s about not working year round.  It’s about time OFF. Time off in big enough blocks to do important things like travel somewhere for a couple months, write a novel, or contemplate my navel.

I expected this blog to be a three year project toward my non-pensioned, no-income retirement from my job in commercial aviation.  Life being what life is, it became apparent last year that I needed to accelerate that timeline in order to be home with my teenager and not work out of town.

If what I’m talking about sounds like the way YOU would like to live, please sign up to receive my blog posts direct to your email.  It’s so much easier than remembering to come visit.

Please also go have some fun with the quiz!  It’s completely without obligation and a fun way to see if this might work for you.

I look forward to meeting you as we figure this out.

Best,

Kimberly

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