Dianne and Guillermo Rastelli retired at the ages 45 and 48 with $2.2 million and a plan to travel in search of their forever home. Dianne knew she had always wanted to retire before 50 and live in Colorado, but Guillermo, being Bolivian-American, told Dianne he was culturally raised with the idea that he should work as long and hard as he could to provide for his family. After a thoughtful presentation Dianne put together, Guillermo was convinced and even one-upped her idea and suggested they live in different countries around the world. Currently they live in Lisbon, Portugal and are vlogging to document their life and financial journey.
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How We Retired Early With $2.2 Million To Travel The World