Are you tired of chasing after dreams that seem to be forever beyond your financial reach? Learn how to get off the hamster wheel and live a fulfilled life while spending less instead of striving for more!
Living from paycheck to paycheck is no way to live at all, so is pursuing one material goal after another. Most people wake up every day and go to work worrying how about they're going to earn more money. Everyone wants a bigger house, a more expensive car, the latest phone model, but the thing about a big house is that there will always be a bigger house and you're always going to want it. Thus, you end up being like a hamster in a wheel. You run as fast and as hard as you can then you die without actually getting anywhere.
This book will teach you how to detach yourself from material things one step at a time and how to live a more meaningful existence by focusing your time and energy on people, activities and things that will add value to your life.
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One option is to follow a frugal cleaning lifestyle. This is characterized by the minimal use of commercially bought chemicals for cleaning. Mostly, safer alternatives that can be found at home are used instead. Have you ever thought of using vinegar, salt, baking soda, and borax when cleaning your house? Also, a frugal cleaning lifestyle includes recycling cleaning tools to save on cost. It also involves turning non-cleaning tools into cleaning tools (using old toothbrush to clean nook and crannies in the bathroom). So if you are looking for ways on how to cut on cleaning supplies and cleaning tools costs, you are in the right place. You will also benefit from the healthier cleaning methods of frugal cleaning lifestyle.
We live in changing times. Climate change and biomass degradation are altering our world beyond recognition, and a growing global population is exacerbating the pressure on the resources that power our economies. Faced with these new risks and uncertainties, how can business rise to the challenge of the Crowded Planet? What does responsibility look like, and how could it be put into practice? Frugal Value contests the notion that businesses can respond to our interrelated socio-economic and environmental crises by adopting so-called "sustainable business" practices, or by becoming good "corporate citizens" - which too-often means business-as-usual leavened with token efforts to reduce negative environmental and social impacts. The unprecedented scale of the global crisis requires an all-round rethink about what business does, and how it does it. This book considers how commercial firms might help address the great challenges of our time, and examines what role business might play in driving the socio-economic changes needed to help build a sustainable and just world.
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