One of my very favorite sections on Frayed Passport is contributed entirely by our friends at Retire Early Lifestyle. For years Billy and Akaisha Kaderli have traveled the world and shared their stories and lessons on how to claim your freedom at a young age. From covering topics like budgeting for living abroad, ensuring that your money works for you through proper investing, finding medical care both short- and long-term, and so much more, they provide invaluable advice for people who dream of quitting their day jobs and relaxing on a beach – or earning passive income while exploring the world. 

I am so excited to share that they have released a new download compiling their very best stories, tips, and advice for retiring early:

The Adventurer’s Guide to Early Retirement – Your Simple Path to FIRE

This 240-page guide covers everything you need to know to start your early retirement journey. You’ll learn how to figure out whether this path or some version of it is right for you, plan a day-to-day and long-term lifestyle of meaning and fulfillment, explore your options for financial sustainability, and lots more. 

It’s a truly inspirational read, and one that I’ve personally found incredibly valuable – while I am my own boss and am able to work from anywhere in the world, I still work 10- to 12-hour days. The Adventurer’s Guide to Early Retirement is helping me pull back, assess what I want a year, five years, 10 years from now, and get on a path toward sustainable happiness.


And be sure to follow Billy and Akaisha on Facebook and Twitter, and subscribe to their newsletter. Happy travels! 

About the Author

Sarah Stone

As the managing director of Frayed Passport, my goal is to help you build your bucket list, plan your travels, and tell your story. I've been to 20+ countries and five continents so far, lived for years as a full-time digital nomad, and while I'm based in Miami now, I spend one-third of the year traveling to amazing destinations around the world and have worked completely remotely since 2013. If you would like to contribute an article to or partner with Frayed Passport, get in touch with me at!