In My Mind's Zen Garden
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    Understanding the Depth of Frugal Living

    I’m picturing the Indian Yogi, meditating in the foothills of the Himalayas, with little possessions and his only home a cave or simple shelter.

    It’s this thought that takes me to contemplate frugal living concepts.

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    Are You Taking Your Frugal Lifestyle Too Far?

    Are You Practicing Extreme Frugal Living? This type of question seems to be circulating around cyberspace recently. At first, I was thinking this is some sort of conspiracy created by retail merchants to make people feel guilty about spending, and ease up on being so frugal. Well, one has

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    How to Become a Badass Frugal Person

    How to Become a Badass Frugal Person It bears repeating, that being a frugal person DOES NOT necessarily mean sacrificing the joys and niceties in life. It also bears repeating that being a frugal person DOES NOT mean being poor and short of money. That said, becoming a BADASS

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  • Buddha Morning
    6 Ways To Cultivate Humility and Save Money

    Why Would We Want to Cultivate Humility? One might ask… One definition of humility is as follows: “Humility is the quality of being humble: modest, not proud, doing something out of the goodness of your heart, not for yourself, self-abasing.” Today, I’m mainly concerned with cultivating a sense of

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    10 Ways To Save Money

    10 Ways To Be More Frugal By sowing frugality we reap liberty, a golden harvest.—Agesilaus With the rising cost of everything from gasoline to movie tickets, those of us who aren’t blessed with rich, opulent lifestyles must come up with better ideas on how to save money. That said,

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  • Serene Sunday
    Thoughts on How to Cope With Stress

    Stress… It’s all related to a few factors. 1. How you as an individual cope with the stress. 2. One’s maximum tolerance for stress. 3. how our mind’s perceive stress. There are probably a couple of other factors, but I think I touched on the basics. One aspect is

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