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What is paw pieng? It's the Thai art of living contently while striving for financial self sufficiency. Here are the two main ways you can apply it to your life today and start living more contently and reach financial independence faster! You can also visit my financial independence blog at https://jackthedreamer.com where I write about how you can simplify life actions to reach F.I. Faster 😄
Today's episode is about how you can invest in a cow to diversify your income stream. The website is called livestockwealth.com and farmers in South Africa will take care of your cow for you and sell it when it's ready. You pocket your portion of the profits. Also you get your initial investment back. Sound too good to be true? Decide for yourself! Like a like, comment, and share! You can also visit jackthedreamer.com for more financial independence and minimalism blog posts.
For today's episode I want to share with you how discarding 1500 books via the KonMari method helped increase my productivity, lessen my anxiety, and saved me time and money. How? Well you gotta listen to find out! Share it with your friends! :) you can visit https://jackthedreamer.com for more fun Financial Independence and minimalist articles
How can fluorescent tape help you save money to reach financial independence faster? Listen to find out! Visit my blog at jackthedreamer.com for more fun financial independence and minimalism articles :) remember to like and share this episode!
This episode talks about how you could be working on generating passive income all while sitting on the toilet. You don't have to find more time in the day, you could just use the time you currently have while sitting on the toilet with this simple hack. Listen to the episode to find out :) visit https://jackthedreamer.com for more fun articles on financial independence and minimalism! Have a great day!
For today's episode, my brother is going to talk about breaking bad money habits while sharing a personal bad money habit that slowed down his path to financial independence. If you like it, share it :) visit jackthedreamer.com for more fun articles on financial independence and minimalism from a KonMari perspective.
In this episode I provide a brief actionable explanation as to starting your own podcast to monetize another creative outlet as a means of expression. And I introduce my brother :) visit https://jackthedreamer.com for more fun financial independence and minimalism articles.
What is KonMari minimalism? How can it help your finances? Why should you care? I answer these questions and give you actionable call-to-action that you can try out. Listen now!
KonMari minimalism is a way of life that centers on keeping that which brings you joy and discarding the rest. Because you surround yourself with that which brings you joy, it spills over into other facets of your life and you can find yourself feeling more positive on a day to day basis.
I wanted to see if I could apply that concept to my finances, as Marie Kondo doesn't cover it in her book, "The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up."
Listen to the podcast for actionable steps you can take to create an enjoyable world for yourself, with the finances that bring you joy :)
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Ever feel like there is just not enough time in the day? This simple "hack" could help you regain control over your morning and the rest of your day. What is it? Simply by turning your phone on airplane mode when you sleep and keep it on when you wake up and do the things that matter most to you. Instead of browsing social media the first thing in the morning, you can use that time to focus on the things that matter most to you!