Julian Caldwell
20/4/2017 · 1 min read · ~10
My first Buzz on BeBee

My first Buzz on BeBee

https://getconnectdad.com/What is GetConnectDad?For the past year, 300+ parents from 26 countries have been answering the question, “What do I want my kids to value?” These parents have shared some great stories and many tips, all focused on,...

Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
24/7/2016 · 4 min read · ~100 · 8
Amour Setter
15/7/2016 · 4 min read · +300
To Travel and 10 more
Why downscaling is the new black

Why downscaling is the new black

We live in a plastic world where everything seems to have become disposable. Surrounded by stuff we don't need, bought with money we don't have, we keep accumulating things to make ourselves feel more at home in the world. For many, having a lot...

Amour Setter

Amour Setter

Thanks for sharing that Robert. Just because you are living on a smaller income doesn't mean you have to be poor. Personally, I prefer to eat at home. Not only because it's cheaper and I get to spend that saving on travel (instead of expanding my waistline), but because it's healthier. I follow a very clean diet and cooking for myself means I know exactly what I'm eating. I don't begrudge the "foodie" people. If they are happy to spend their money on their tummies, good for them. I prefer to spend my money on experiences :)

6/3/2017
Robert Cormack

Robert Cormack

Good piece, @Amour Setter. I left an advertising career (or maybe it left me) to write novels, short stories and children's books. Through the process, I gave up a lot—mostly things I didn't need. Believe it or not, the people who worry me most now are the ones who retire and become "foodies." I know people who eat out three nights a week (at expensive places). I honestly think the worst thing you can be when you start living on a fixed income is a foodie. I became a "less foodie," a term I use to describe learning to eat on a very small amount of money. I've become very creative, and very conscious of what I can make that's healthy and cheap at the same time. I guess you could also call me a "souper" 'cause I'm making a lot of soups. Thanks for the post.

1/3/2017
Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
24/7/2016 · 2 min read · ~100 · 8
Dr. Allen Brown
14/7/2016 · 2 min read · +400
Trading Places

Trading Places

Tomorrow I lead 50 volunteers in one of the most challenging events that will ever be asked anyone to do. We will be trading places with homeless people. This group will be made up of judges, councilman, doctors, lawyers, nurses, plasters, stay at...

Robert Cormack

Robert Cormack

Great idea, Allen. About ten years ago, a charity asked me for some ideas on attracting donations for food banks. I suggested a large ballroom event, full of glitter and wonderful costumes, and movie personalities. Except when everyone sat down to eat, the food was canned soup and a couple of pieces of white bread. Someone would then stand at the podium and say, "This is how a lot of people eat, folks. And they don't get dressed up."

31/8/2016
Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD

Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD

OH!! I am sooo ready! Promise to deliver humble and complex, raw and unleashed packages as Selim Yeniçeri move forward with you, broadcasting on UK Radio BSS. Staying tuned on: http://grcnconnects.wix.com/people

24/7/2016

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