There are four enemies of wealth: debt, taxes, inflation and time. Besides inflation, we can control the other three to an extent. First off, take on as little debt as possible. Forget the Mercedes and forget the big house, or embrace them at the expense of your freedom.
If you count yourself amongst those who are unhappy in their job—or at least have that occasional niggling feeling that your work and self are out of alignment—how are you supposed to go about finding a meaningful career? What does it take to overcome the fear of change and negotiate the labyrinth of choices, especially in tough economic times?
This tiny house shows how much you can do with almost nothing. Made 95% with hand tools and only a few hundred dollars.
Can working more hours mean less is getting done? That’s the claim in this fascinating excerpt from the new book, Viking Economics. Check it out!
The following is an extract from Discover Your Soul Template, by Marcus T Anthony If you want to go the whole hog and set yourself up in business as a spiritual teacher or counselor, then there are some important things to consider. First, you have to ask yourself why you want to do it. […]
The study found millennials have been hit hardest by the recent pay squeeze, which actually began before the financial crash, but has been made worse by the economic downturn.
Alaskan Mom, Ana White makes Martha Stewart look like a slacker – at least in the carpentry department. White has created a lovely tiny house and is showing you how you can make the same house – with her free design.
Chris On isn’t afraid of a little renovating – or even a lot. Watch how she turns a regular old van into an awesome eco-friendly, mobile living space.
Want more money? You may not have to earn it. Instead, SAVE it. Here’s how!
If you enter this TED talk believing we’ll never be able to solve hunger and extreme poverty, you’ll leave it with a new understanding – thanks to Andrew Youn.
For a long time in America, the dominant mentality was always “bigger is better.” Finally, “small is beautiful” is having its moment.