Have you ever paid $1500 for a brand new set of couches only to want to change your whole theme a year later? Or missed out on a vacation with friends because you opted to buy that new car instead of a once in a lifetime experience.
There is one thing that is true for all of us, where we spend our money and time on what we value.
Is the car you drive, or the nice things you own, more valuable than the people and experiences you have had or are yet to have?
It is often said that no one lies on their death bed wishing they had more things. So why do we buy things that carry such little value?
If this resonates with you and you are wondering what steps to take in order to abandon a life ruled by material things, then you are in the right place. Here you will learn to first value people and experiences, while living a life you love. By saving often you will live well.
You will learn how to have a life filled with amazing people, travel, and memories to last a lifetime. In order to live a life of frugal savoir faire you must first decide what is important to you.
Welcome to the beginning of a life of wanderlust, filled with laughter, beautiful sunsets, and people who make your world go round.
Take a chance, you never know what could happen.