When you’re on a budget, one of the simplest ways you can save money is to make small changes in your meal plans. Here are 6 suggestions that will save you $2,997 per year.
Our planet is dominated by a heavily socialized debt-based central banking system that systematically transfers wealth from hard working ordinary citizens to the global elite. Those at the very top of the pyramid know that they are impoverishing everyone else, and they very much intend to keep it that way.
The truth is that the economy has been barely treading water for quite some time now, and it isn’t going to take much to push us over the edge.
An alarming new report from the United Nations is the latest in a litany of studies suggesting that the coming age of automation and workforces dominated by robots will be upon us much faster than previously thought.
Apply these tips in your daily life to save money the way wealthy people do.
If you think living in a tiny home means roughing it, you need to watch this tiny house video tour.
Could you go a year without shopping – that is buying nothing other than food? Check out what happened when one woman made the vow not to shop in 2016.
If you’re invested in the stock market, keep the election effect in mind for tomorrow.
Many governments around the country either ban tiny homes or force them to be connected to the utility grid.
You’re never too old to downsize. In fact, a tiny home may allow you to retire earlier. Read about one happy couple’s experience.
Do you think it’s possible that our future monetary system could make banks obsolete? This digital currency researcher does. Watch her Ted Talk now.
While at first glance an economic collapse seems frightening, the truth is that it may very well be our best chance at freeing ourselves from the rule of the Gods of Money.