What did living with Zero Dollars teach me?

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6 thoughts on “What did living with Zero Dollars teach me?

  1. I can relate as I have been in similar situations at various times in my life. Having a positive attitude and a good support system is a necessity for getting through tough times. It’s nice to have money.

    Arlee Bird
    A to Z Challenge Co-host
    Tossing It Out


    • Right Arlee?! I definitely prefer to have money to pay my own bills!!

      I’ve been through tough times before, but never had to do it on zero income! The experience has taught me a lot about myself and my relationship with money!!



  2. Great blog and nice serie! for the past two and half years I live without money by choice. I had a lot, two house 6 figure salary etc and gave it all away and started living in the here and now, trusting on the universe. I denounce nothing just started from scratch at 38 and see what happens. Now I survive by helping people in exchange for just food and bed. If people give me money I accept but never ask for it. Just wanted to see what happens and never thought it would be a permanent life style. And I know it is not for everybody but I can definitely advise everyone to try it for a short while. It gives you true happiness, love and freedom.
    Have a nice weekend all!!!! 🙂


    • Thank you for stopping by Zorba! I admire your decision to live without an income!

      Since I’m living with my daughter who is the breadwinner and she’s paying my bills for me at this time, I’m eager to return to work! I don’t wish to continue needing her this way, I feel it puts too much on her shoulders… I used to help her out as much as I could financially!

      However having lived with so few needs this year has really helped me see my relationship with money in a whole new way!



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