Stop Wasting Money On Stuff You Don’t Need – The Earth Ultimately Pays For It

Many of us have been hit hard financially by the pandemic, yet our mindset is still focused on constantly buying new and expensive goods and foods that we don’t really need. In this video I give some reasons why we should be changing our mindset – for our sake, and for the sake of the planet Earth, and also some suggestions on how, by doing things a little differently, we can have more more economical and fruitful, creative lives.
How to survive in challenging times? I explain about buying second hand, growing your own, refurbishing and repainting, and actually making your own furniture, clothes and other items. Constructive creativity not only saves what meagre finances many of us are trying to live on, but also battles against looming depression and loneliness brought on by continued lockdowns and fear of mortality due to the virus.
Reuse, repair and repurpose.

Published by Carpathian Adventure

My name is Edward O'Toole and I live in one of the wildest, most beautiful parts of Europe, in the Carpathian Mountains of Eastern Slovakia. Life is an adventure - both physically and metaphysically... I've been living out here for the last 22 years, along with my wife, 3 kids and Jack Russell. My main interests involve bushcraft, prepping, survival and wilderness living (self-sufficiency and self-reliance), ecological, green, smart and natural solutions, motorcycles and motorbike club life, writing and art (I have 7 published books), and exploring the paranormal. For more about my lifestyle, art and writing visit http://www.edwardotoole.com

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