The Importance of Living Well: Day 4

One of the main aspects of this minimum wage challenge is for me to not only live on the salary, but to live well on it. I think that my image of “living well” may not be the same as a lot of people’s image out there, so I think it’s important for me to clarify. Living well to me is being able to do the things that I enjoy on a regular basis. For me, it has little to do with the amount of money I have. Yes, having enough to do the things I enjoy most is essential, but if I really like to do something, it’s amazing at how creative I can get to still do it even when I don’t have a lot of money. This challenge is a perfect example. Now, this doesn’t mea


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5 Responses to The Importance of Living Well: Day 4

  1. So far so good! Can’t believe you are only at $4.52!

  2. mimipaula1 says:

    Thanks for your post; keep up the good work!

  3. curious says:

    How could eating worth of 1.12$ can qualify as “living well”?
    What did you eat today?

  4. jeffrey says:

    Yes, I ate very well — I just didn’t have to pay for any of the food because I am house sitting and the owners told me I could have whatever I wanted for food while house sitting:

  5. Amish Author Sicily Yoder says:

    You are so right about how life can quickly change, and we need not have any regrets. After my car wreck, I really started looking at life differently. I, too, have had to stop and get a drink at McDonald’s, usually when I hadn’t slept well in the hotel the night before.

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