Radical Frugality: Living in America on $8,000 a Year

Radical Frugality: Living in America on $8,000 a Year

Radical Frugality Living in America on a Year Commit just one evening of your life to financial freedom and this easy to read book will show you how to be debt free Radical Frugality tells the story of people who did it Paul discovering ho

  • Title: Radical Frugality: Living in America on $8,000 a Year
  • Author: Nic Adams
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Commit just one evening of your life to financial freedom and this easy to read book will show you how to be debt free Radical Frugality tells the story of 5 people who did it Paul, 27, discovering how to overcome student loan debt David and Winona, late 40 s, living their retirement dream today and Dan and Charlotte, family of 4, with an underwater mortgage Waking upCommit just one evening of your life to financial freedom and this easy to read book will show you how to be debt free Radical Frugality tells the story of 5 people who did it Paul, 27, discovering how to overcome student loan debt David and Winona, late 40 s, living their retirement dream today and Dan and Charlotte, family of 4, with an underwater mortgage Waking up every morning debt free with cash in your pocket helps your brain feel safe, secure, and smart Embracing the concepts in this book frees you from the overwhelming anxiety of the consumer lifestyle by showing you how to take control You can start today What if you could spend 66% less money than you spend today setting yourself up to live a self determined lifestyle doing exactly what you love to do regardless of financial compensation Radical Frugality shows you exactly how to achieve those goals within one to five years Using our step by step common sense plan, we teach you what to do break the spell of the consumer credit con , when to do it planning and preparation , and most importantly where to do it discover the 5 top cities for living frugally.We ll help you evaluate your financial situation Are you in the Yellow Zone, the Orange Zone, the Red Zone, or even the Dead Zone paying debt with debt This book lays out a plan for how to pay off your debt and get into the Neutral Zone getting back to monthly break even , the Green Zone debt free with 1,000 a month free cash flow or even the Golden Zone living a self determined life Whether you are desperate right now about your financial situation, facing retirement, just starting out, or just plain tired and worn out from struggling to pay bills, Radical Frugality can show you over 100 tips for feeling better today Radical Frugality offers a soup to nuts plan for living a self determined life that will leave you happier and healthier than ever before CHAPTER ONE IT S NOT ABOUT WHAT YOU EARN IT S ABOUT WHAT YOU SPEND HOW TO TAKE CONTROLCHAPTER TWO THE CONSUMER CREDIT CON HOW MARKETERS PLAY TRICKS ON YOUR BRAINCHAPTER THREE WHY FRUGALITY GETTING STRAIGHT ABOUT WHY YOU RE ON THE PLANETCHAPTER FOUR WHO ARE YOU TODAY EVALUATE YOUR SPENDING PROFILE CHAPTER FIVE HOW TO DO IT YOUR STEP BY STEP PLAN TO GAIN CONTROLCHAPTER SIX GOING GREEN AND NEVER LOOKING BACK THIS IS YOUR BRAIN ON CASHCHAPTER SEVEN WHEN WILL YOU BE READY LEARNING TO ASK THE RIGHT QUESTIONSCHAPTER EIGHT LIVING THE DREAM WHERE YOU LIVE DETERMINES HOW YOU LIVE

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    This book wasn't solely about living on $8K/year; only one of the case studies shown featured a person living on so little (and it was a young, single male). The book was more about living frugally in order to reduce debt and save money so as to be prepared for economic shocks and/or to pay for an education without going into debt and/or to go back to school and/or to be able to live while working happily at a job that pays less and/or to be able to work fewer hours in one's current field and/or [...]

    It wasn't as inspirational as I thoughtThis book wasn't as inspirational as I thought it would be based on the title. I appreciated how the author broke the different levels of debt and income into zones. And I really liked how the concepts of debt and credit were explained, as well as the psychology behind our shopping habits. And yet it wasn't inspirational, just interesting.

    Interesting book but It had a lot of interesting approaches to debt and life but I felt like the how to be frugal was drowned out by their philosophy of living radically frugal in order to escape your current life. It also offered little to someone in my situation who has good cash flow already. It also takes for granted how difficult it is to uproot yourself from your entire life and move.

    There was some interesting stuff in this and it certainly changed the way I look at what I spend. I was also fascinated by parts of the book and bored by all the examples. I understand the point of the examples but I just sort of skimmed over most of it unless the example in question was similar to my living situation.I'd recommend it if you are trying to get out of debt, save money or live a simpler life style.

    Profound and inspiringI took my time to read through this book thoroughly. It is well written without nonsense. No grammar mistakes and no advertising. I will apply it to my situation.

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