Making More Money or Enjoying It?

Posted by on Aug 27, 2007 in Financial Freedom

Making More Money or Enjoying It?

One of the traps of the mind (and ego) is the more and more approach.

Even though you may have enough, there is always the desire for more.

This, on the one hand, can drive you to really securing your financial freedom and thus your personal freedom.

But, on the other hand, you still work and work and compare yourself with individuals who earn even more than you and you never stop to actually enjoy that money and freedom.

I recently read an interesting article on the topic of money and happiness and I share the author’s views.

Actually, I not only share the views, I also enjoyed my money recently (hence no posts in the last four days).

My jailor boss was kind enough to grant me a four-day holiday, so I flew to Malaysia with my girlfriend (from Thailand, where I stay right now) to check out Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, and its International Fireworks competition.

Here are some of the photos:

And what I really LOVE about earning money online is that when I subtract all the expenses of the trip (air tickets for two, hotel, other costs) from the income I made from my websites in those four days (doing nothing about them), I earned $400.

In your normal job, not only does your income stop when you stop working, but you also spend some of your saved money.

When you are making money online, you might even end up in the black after you subtract your traveling and other expenses.

Have you started your journey to freedom yet?

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    1 Comment

  1. Hi,
    nice, I have been there, too.

    Imej-ta se dobro.



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