Retiring early doesn’t mean you’ll stop making money — here’s how one retired millennial made more than $60,000 in passive income last year

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J.P. Livingston embarked on an early retirement at age 28 with a nest egg of $2 million.
To her surprise, she continued to generate income while retired, earning more than $60,000 in one year with less than five hours a week of work.
Livingston was able to do this by monetizing her personal-finance blog, The Money Habit, in a way that yields passive income. 

You can take the woman out of work, but you can’t take the work out of the woman.

At least, that’s the case for J.P. Livingston, who retired at age 28 with a nest egg of more than $2 million, which she saved while living in New York City.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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