Surviving Crippling Poverty

Surviving Crippling Poverty
Author : Tadhg O'Flaherty
Publisher :
Total Pages : 162
Release : 2017-01-22
ISBN 10 : 152058394X
ISBN 13 : 9781520583945
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Surviving crippling poverty is a real possibility. Ever since the financial crash of 2008, countless millions have fallen into the poverty trap with many losing their livelihoods, possessions and, in some cases, their homes. The financial crash has also seen those in full-time employment getting into real trouble as their wages freeze yet the prices of products continue to rise unabated. This inability to survive without a living wage is causing severe hardship to most, with only some being able to ride out the storm. It is possible to escape this poverty trap, even if your household is surviving on zero income and provide the essentials for survival. If you have recently lost your job, financial insecurity will become your new way of life very soon. It is difficult to think that, in the 21st century fewer and fewer people can afford a simple roof over their head, but this is sadly the case. Those struggling to survive must adapt to this new way of life or perish. Those who, not only survive but thrive in this economically fractured society are the ones who never give up, the ones who figure out how to curtail their spending and make some extra money wherever possible. This book is packed with useful tips and tricks that will soon have you living as frugal life as possible and transcend this financial crisis to live as happily as possible. You will learn how to: Calculate your wealth Cut back on entertainment expenses while still enjoying yourself Grow your own food Enjoy food cheaply Get your hands on free food Alter your mood and stay positive Handle special occasions and gift giving Make extra money Effectively downgrade And so much more. You were put on this Earth to be happy and live in abundance. It's easy to survive through periods of crippling poverty. Do you want to learn how to become more frugal and ride out the storm? Great ... then what are you waiting for?