How You Can Live Frugally and be Completely Happy
If you find yourself numbed and worn down by the monotony of a repetitive and thankless job, then you should consider calling it quits to the rat race. If you’re willing to say no to an unproductive and unfulfilling occupation, then you will begin to find ways of earning income doing what you love. That being said, you will have to be frugal too—but frugality and total happiness go hand-in-hand more often than you might realize! There are seven habits of highly frugal people that are quite easy to adapt to.
Looking backwards in the last 2,5 years I can now connect the dots, like Steve Jobs had explain in his renowned Stanford speech (and no, I’m not an i* fan).
Here the video with the excerpt, it’s worth spending the 26 seconds:
The first day of Spring 2012, that was Tuesday 20th of March because 2012 is a leap year, I resigned from work.
It’s not just resigning from a company.
I’m resigning from the rat race, the corporate lifestyle, the investors logic, the work for someone else interests, the trap of the high salary, the safety of being employee, the comfort of doing what you know you’re good at, the tax advantages for expats in Holland.