In this Episode
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00:46 Getting Off the Seesaw
Today’s podcast is inspired by an article from Becoming Minimalist that I posted on our Facebook page. The article is about not buying any new clothes for a year.
It’s an exciting idea, but is a really extreme step for someone who is still compulsively spending. I talk about the dangers of swinging from extreme to extreme and why it’s best to just live the middle way instead.
10:25 Inspiration from the Daily Reader for Compulsive Debtors and Spenders: January 22nd: “A Lifeline”
Resources Mentioned in this Podcast Episode
Article from the Becoming Minimalist website: The Story of Enough: Giving Up (New) Clothes for One Year
Listen to Podcast 040, which is called, “Money Diet vs. Spending Moratorium,” where I talk about the danger for compulsive spenders to live in self-imposed deprivation.
“Life of Riley” (Intro and Outro), “Carpe Diem,” “Basic Implosion,” “Comfortable Mystery,” “Fretless,” “Rocket Power,” “ZigZag” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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