The attitude that is conditioned into our psyche from a young age is that we have to learn a skill and use that to get a job in order to earn money, which in term feeds the growth of the economy. One question I think almost every day but I find many other people don’t give it a second thought is why do we have to work? “Normal is getting dressed in clothes that you buy for work and driving through traffic in a car
Starting a family life is a big event for those who decide to do so. It makes sense then, that young people looking to settle down and live the American Dream would want only the best for themselves and their families. Taking this into consideration, a list of the top 10 American suburbs to live in has been compiled. The list factors in the population, distance from the nearest urban area, poverty and crime rates, commuting time, school ratings, and of course, housing affordability. As
How often do you use excuses that are holding you back from living the life of your dreams? I hear it all the time, I would love to do “enter cool thing here” but I don’t have enough….. Time. ~ Money. ~ Experience. ~ Connections. And the list of excuses goes on and on and on…. Most of the time you may not even be aware that you are making these “excuses”. To you, it may just seem like a legitimate reason, a practical reason that
You could say that the Dalai Lama is a pretty interesting guy, after all his stance on extraterrestrial life is quite interesting. During an interview the Dalai Lama was asked what surprises him the most, his response was quite mind altering. “Man surprised me most about humanity. Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money. Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health. And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that
January. As the kick-off month of a new year comes to its end, people bust out their new year’s resolutions in hopes of starting the year right. Fresh start. Clean slate. Since most resolutions are about the thing you SHOULD do, we flipped that and just listed down the things you should avoid to make your life better this year. 1. Leaving clean-up for the weekend The dirty plate on the sink, the spilled powder on the counter, the used clothes piled in the corner
Have you ever felt like you’re unhappy and it’s not exactly your fault? More often than not, somebody said something you don’t agree with or some little thing happen. You start sweating the small stuff. Then you become unhappy. It’s because we think too much. We talk too much and we blow things out of proportion. We need to stop making a big deal out of things. The onus is on you. It’s time to take a breather, calm yourself and put things into perspective.
Since the cost of living is growing and money is becoming harder to save, we are all in need of some free (and cheap) things to do to keep us entertained whilst tightening the purse strings and avoiding spending money. Even simple activities like a night at the movies or a meal out with the family are becoming too costly for many and saving money is becoming more and more important to all of us. Of course, some places in the world are more costly
I love money – as we all do. Yet, money isn’t everything. There are things in life that are much more important than money itself, or anything that money is capable of buying. The reality is that even though we live in a capitalist world, the most valuable things in life come without a price tag. This is important to keep in mind as more and more people every year seem to be losing sight of this fact. Money cannot buy you everything. Here are