The magic of living below your means

“When you cut your expenses to the bone.

You have a surplus.

This surplus allows you to be generous.

Which mysteriously turns around and makes your surplus even bigger.”

-Seth Godin (Seth’s blog)

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4 thoughts on “The magic of living below your means

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  2. My husband and I began paring down three years ago when we moved into a small two-room (!) apartment, from a large three-story townhouse. A book that I found at the library had a simple approach to objects: Use it, display it, or throw it away. Throw it away means sell it, give it away, donate it, or put it in the garbage. We don’t even own a couch any more…

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