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A day in the life of 2 self-made millionaires who retired at age 31 to travel the world and have already visited more than 40 countries so far

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Kristy Shen and Bryce Leung retired from their computer engineering jobs at age 31 as self-made millionaires .
They've since traveled the world - so far, they've been to 40-plus countries.
Shen and Leung are currently in Thailand, where they make time for wellness, passion projects, and their friends.
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Kristy Shen and Bryce Leung know how to budget.
Not only did they save enough money to quit their jobs at age 31 as self-made millionaires, they've been traveling the world ever since for the same amount of money it cost them to live at...
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