You have taken the time to think about planning your mini-retirement, including negotiating your mini-retirement with your employer. Now, what do you do with all this time off work?
This is the perfect time to go see other countries, learn new languages, and explore different cultures.
There must be this one thing that you’ve always wanted to do. Focus on that and build your mini-retirement around that!
If you’re building up passive income you still have some income even when you’re not working your day job. You also can save faster towards your next mini-retirement or early retirement when you have passive income streams.
A mini-retirement is perfect for exploring the idea of starting a business. You can do a test, see what you like, and see what interests you.
There are many places that offer volunteering work in exchange for food and lodging. This is a great way to keep costs low and do something that you love in your mini-retirement.