Programmed saving is the planning of a net like economy, in order to save, generate resources, achieve well-being, personal development and sustainable safety.

The use of barter complements the economy of a family by helping to cover some consumption needs, but it also can serve to stretch a bit the money that we earn. For many of us, money is a great limitant in our lives. If we want to liberate ourselves from this conditioning, we must change our attitude towards the ” vile metal ” reducing our dependence towards it. The point is to understand that the feelings, ideas and habits associated with moneye management can be restated for our benefit.
For example, when we speak about “saving”, many people can feel certain incredulity and bad vibes because they never seem to have a penny. The general perception is that after the effort that we make to obtain it, money dissapears like water falling between the hands (like in Pink´s Floyd theme, “money, it a gas…”. Nevertheless, it is possible to explore other ways of handling the expenses to generate saving, simple and practical ideas that help to improve our income.

Programmed Saving has the aim to promote the defense of the fare price and the balance of the family) economy, including motivational chats that help to raise your selfsteem and personal valuation.
There exists a “compass” that guides the economic life of the majority of people, and it´s cardinal points are: to earn, to save, safety and personal accomplishment.
It is possible to to understand the word “to “earn” like to win, but also to manage, for example “to gain the sustenance ”. In this respect, the system of multistep barter raises a free frame of profit for the production, interchange, distribution and promotion of goods and services. In the fairs of barter consumers win (though they do not receive money) because they can put in value their work, and this is not a silly thing.
With regard to the word “to “save”, this can be interpreted as accumulation (to have more) or as economizing (to spend less). The latter behaves more as prosumer philosophy. With barter we prune to avoid some disbursements of money and to directionate savings towards our well-being and development. Also, if we apply ecological technologies, we will be able to reduce the consumption of electricity, gas and water, and to minimice our public service providers bills. For example, with two boxes of ruggle and a bit of newspaper as insulator, it is possible to to make a ” bewitching kitchen” where you can finish a stew (after 5 minutes of boiling), in a regular kitchen. Thus 70 % of the gas is economized. The Regional Program of Self-sufficiency con teach you to make it, visit our website to find out.

Source: Autosuficiencia

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