Lifestyle to me is a afterthought. No, really. Allow me to explain.
You see, I haven’t thought much about how to live. That is usually determined by my roles in life. When I was working, I worked hard; when my kids were young, I made it a priority to tend to their needs. And now retired, I am a leisure class. I devote time to myself.
Certain people have a preferred lifestyle: a house with four car garage, traveling to all the continents, missionary work in underdeveloped countries, whatever. But I . . . more like a chameleon – change with my environment and circumstance. Keeping up with the Jones never appeals to me.
My lifestyle is not extravagant by any means. But it is comfortable to my taste. I live within my means, yet not under it. No more saving for house, college or retirement. Being there, done that. I live to do what I want to do.
What is your lifestyle?