Why Your Job Won’t Give You a Decent Retirement Income.

Retirement

The Government argues that WORK remains the best route for individuals to create a decent pension pot. But does this stack up in the real world as the hourly minimum wage for workers aged 25 years or more now stands at £7.20, worth £252 a week to someone who works 35 hours. That’s £13104 per…

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Day Two: Lakka to Kalami Bay, Corfu

Today’s sail to Kalami Bay was 37 nautical miles so we left at 09:00 after taking Ellie out for a walk again pointed Ruffles Spray north’ish switched on the autopilot and motored towards Corfu. Corfu, is the island off Greece’s northwest coast in the Ionian Sea. It is defined by rugged mountains and a resort-studded…

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Lefkas Island, Greece to Auxonne, France

Over the last three months Ann and I have completed a voyage on our Sailing Yacht Ruffles Spray from Lefkas, Greece to Auxonne, France. The voyage was via Paxos, Corfu, Orthoni Island, Santa Maria de Leuca, Crotone, Roccella Ionica, Straights of Messina, Reggio Calabrio, Vibo Vallencia, Centraro, Accoroli, Procida Island, Nettuno, Rome, Giglio Island, Elba…

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Lefkas to Lakka Bay, Paxos

After nearly two months of ‘getting ready’ we are off, up the Lefkas canal and out into the open Ionian Sea for the first of many legs to Auxonne in France. This shortish hop of 40 nautical miles will end in lakka Bay in the North east corner of Paxos. We left reasonably early to…

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Rachel and Nick Walton

Rachel and Nick Walton

Rachel grew up in rural Northumberland and since she’s from a farming family she always thought she would end up working with animals; that was until she discovered Foreverpreneurs… I left school after my GCSEs and went to agricultural college to complete a diploma, but I left after the first year as I didn’t enjoy…

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