Philosophy: The Secret To Simplicity

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Living Better On Less Money

When some people do not have money, they simply stop living. Money is their sole motivator to doing things. It is their greatest source of joy. The more money they have, the happier they are. Is it possible to be happy and live better on less money? Yes, it is. Even with less money, you can still lead a better life with these simple tips:

Focus on Needs, Not Wants

It is human nature to desire things like the clothes on trend or a day out at the newest spa in town. However, if you wish to live better on less money, you need to focus on the things that you really need. For instance, if you are buying clothes, do not go for brand names. As long as what you choose fits you well, go for it even though it is the least priced in the store. You will be amazed that money in the bank or invested somewhere brings more joy than when spent on luxurious items.

Stop Comparing

If you stopped comparing yourself with other people, you would probably save much. So many times, people tend to buy items that they do not need just to be in the same level with others. You do not have to be like others. Stand out in your own way.

Stop Showing Your Love with Money

Maybe you feel that you need to be generous to the people who love you by handing out money or buying expensive gifts. What you do not know is that there are many ways to show love, care and concern and money does not have to be one of the ways. However, this does not mean that you should not give treats to the people you love once in a while. Surprise them sometimes but never equate their love with money.

It is possible to live better with less. It is possible to smile even when you have no dollar in your pocket. This is because there is more to life than money or material things. Even with less, choose to live a better life.

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Armin Wolf
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Born 1989 in Germany. I went thru the German school system with some class repetition.

In my youth I did many sports, in particular Handball and also worked as a referee for a short time.

After school I traveled to and worked in a few other countries.

I worked as Language teacher and in I.T.

Since the age of 28 I'm living fully vegan. I have been involved in small street campaigns for an ethical treatment of animals.

In my free time I like to do juggling and robotic dancing and did some street performances.

I also have a cat named Bonita - She is the cutest cat I've ever seen!