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This is the beginning of your journey to become Antidependent.

What the heck does it mean to be Antidependent you may ask? Well we’ve written a bit of a “Working Description” previously that lays out both some of the ideals, inspiration, and the end result of a movement like the Antidependent movement.

You’re likely here because you read an article where we have described what we often see as short-sighted visions of the modern society, our difficulty in making what otherwise should be very rational decisions, and the box that we all put ourselves into within day-to-day life.

My goal is to help change what you believe is possible in your life (without sounding too much like an infoproduct wizard) and share tried and true ways that you can go from your current reality to one that is much richer, in every sense.

When it comes to living a rich life we like to think of it in a few ways:

  • Financial Freedom: having the money to do what you want. This does not mean you’re Scrooge McDuck and are rolling around in your personal bank vault of gold coins. It means not “having” to work that day job you hate, and being able to make your own way in the world from a money standpoint.
  • Location Freedom: Nobody wants to live in Buffalo, NY (sorry if you’re from Buffalo), but that’s just not the dream for many of us. You should live where you want, and where it matches with your lifestyle goals.
  • Lifestyle Freedom: Is where you’re living holding you back from living your best life? This can be a toxic societal culture, life beliefs that are different from your own, or just a vibe about life that is really off from what you believe in your core.

Imagine if you could do what you want, when you want, and not worry about money. What would you do with each day? That’s what this site is all about.

Below are some of our more popular articles that talk through how you can first evaluate where you are on the spectrum of each aspects of freedom that we laid out before.

Take a few minutes to really grok each of these. They may make you sad, they may make you angry, but they hopefully will motivate you to change your current life situation into one in which you are significantly more antidependent.