I have been an avid follower of this forum. I remember stumbling upon this while I was still in uni gathering information as part of wedding preparations. I have always enjoyed reading views of the “veterans” who have always given sound advice. Never have I thought that I would eventually come here to ask for views. Life has been pretty smooth for me. I am a typical Singaporean uni grad. Fell in love with uni mate, happily married, staying in BTO and bore two lovely kids age 2 and 5. My hubby and I have been working for abt 10 years. He in private sector while I am in public sector. About half a year ago, he shared with me that he couldn’t stand his boss. So he had been engaging me and preparing me for the day that he will tender his resignation. Until just a week ago, he finally decided to “throw the letter”. We have discussed finances and it seemed that we are doing fine. BTO paid up and reasonable sum of savings in our banks. And worked out that I am able to sustain this family expenses in terms of groceries, kid’s childcare, maid and car loan (we recently got a second hand car and paid 50% of it). Although looking at the math, it seemed as if we can survive without his salary, I can’t help but feel a sense of loss without his stream of income. My husband thinks that since we are in pretty good financial state, he feels that he could take some time off to rest and think abt what he enjoys doing. He does not like to be stuck in the rat race and is exploring options like property agent and setting up businesses or sales. I have spoken to him that he can take the break but he should continue his job search just in case his plans don’t pan out well. Deep down, I hope that he can get a job soon so that we can have certainty to provide our kids a better life. More resources, more choices. Am I expecting too much? I am hoping to hear from the “veterans” who have experienced more in life. Thanks in advance!