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I put in my resignation. What happens?

Before I put in my resignation, when I just said I was going to, I get a job offer.

After I put in my resignation, when I tell a colleague, I get another job offer.

After I put in my resignation, and start my S-corp, and get a checking account, and liability insurance, and renew my out of state license, and apply for my in-state license, and....well, I think you get the drift...my current employer tries to keep me.

You hear about this shit happening all the time to FI bloogers (that was a typo, but I liked it, so I kept it), but I didn't really believe it. I also happen to know one FI individual who got laid off, so it seems too good to be true, but I'll be damned if it didn't happen.

No one came through with exactly what I wanted, mostly because, well, I don't want a full time job with a boss any more, but I think all three of these offers will play out as contract work. And that, my dear sir, is exactly what I want.

In the meantime, I feel like this guy.


In the mean mean time, although I've gotten a handle on all that stuff, the one big unknown is health insurance, as it is for everyone. I'm about to have my last few doctor's appointments through my current insurance in the next six weeks. I've been telling all of them to do whateverthefuck they want to do now, because for the next seven months until the end of the year, I had better be healthy and not need anything. I don't know what I'm going to do exactly, but I do know I intend for it to be cheap and to defer most of my scheduled maintenance until 2019. I've perused the marketplace, but that's it at the moment. Meh. I'll get there.

As relatively frugal and minimalist as I am though, I am tempted to buy a honey badger t-shirt or something to celebrate right about now ;)

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