This is a topic that I gave a lot of thought to when I was younger, not because I wanted to mimic the lifestyle of a rapper, but because I was always passionate about not being stuck at a job. I think doing what you love is great, but I think doing what you love on your own time, whenever you want is even better.
Financial freedom is a mindset that puts into motion a life of discipline so that you can achieve your goals.
Over the course of the past 17 years I’ve read nearly every personal finance book I could get my hands on. Of course it all started with Robert Kiyosaki’s book, If You Want To Be Rich And Happy, Don’t Go To School. This was his first book, before the Rich Dad Poor Dad book, a book that I highly recommend to all.
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I don’t know about you guys, but I’m tired of clicking on articles that are the top ways to save, buy, or invest, and they are just a re-hash of everyone else’s ways to do the same thing. The common sense ideas are obvious, I wanted to present some ideas that are drastic, yet doable, so here are my top 10 ways to save some real money.
Now these ideas might upset you, so just remember I am not in charge of your life, you are, so you can do whatever you want. But please, don’t complain about not having any money…because clearly I have found some ways to help you keep more of your cash.
1. Get rid of your pet. I saw a recent study that showed the average dog costing anywhere from $100 to $200 a month! That’s $1,200 a year on the low end , think…
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