Voluntary Poverty: How to Simplify Your Life
Name of facilitator:
HOW TO SIMPLIFY YOUR LIFE
Would you like to meet other people who live simply?
This seminar has become a gathering place
for people already committed to voluntary simplicity.
What ideas do you have for saving money?
Can we be happy earning and spending less than $10,000 per year?
How do you obtain the small amount of money you need to survive?
How do you manage to spend so much less than other people?
Can any of your techniques be used by others?
Here is the comprehensive course description for this class:
Voluntary Poverty: How to Simplify Your Life,
Here you will find more details about the life-style of the facilitator,
who lives at the federal poverty level.
You will also learn more about our Facebook Page,
which is called "Simple Living in the Twin Cities":
This workshop will be just one meeting of two hours.
This should be enough to share ideas for living cheaply.
If you would like to know how I save money on electricity, for example
(paying only $21 per month), go to:
If you would like to read some books on simplifying your life,
go to the Simplicity Bibliography:
TIME: To be arranged, probably an afternoon meeting.
But stay on the e-mailing list for future offerings.
To be arranged, probably in May 2013
To be arranged, either at the Central Library in Minneapolis
or at the facilitator's condo.
Minimum 10 Maximum 30
Additional Facilitator Info:
When I have offered similar presentations before,
they have been well attended.
Lots of people are looking for ways to save money.
More about the facilitator: James Park
I have been living cheaply ever since I retired in 1968 and sold my one and only car.
1968 was also the last year for which I owed any income tax.
Since then I have facilitated about 200 different adult education groups.
Most of these seminars were in the Minnesota Free University.
Learn more about my career in
Adult Alternative Education including several other possible classes.
I have published my spending for several years:
And here is a suggested list of categories for spending:
I have been living cheaply ever since I retired from my one and only job in 1968, at the early age of 27 years.
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