Are You Getting Money All Wrong?

You don’t need money

As cliché ridden as it may seem, when is the last time you actually saw a wealthy person with a smile on their face? The purpose of money is to buy time. Quality time, that is, once the basic needs of food, clothing and shelter are covered. If you don’t believe that you can be content without cash, follow the exploits of Mark Boyle, ‘The Moneyless Man’. Despite – or perhaps because of – possessing a business degree, Mark has been living cash-free for the last years, and blogging about it. It turns out there’s much satisfaction to be had in bartering, living self-sufficiently, and taking the time now and then to smell the flowers.

Written by Nick Marshall

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