We aren't taught to budget. We aren't taught how to deal with money. We are told the wrong things about debt. And then, we pressure each other into spending and wanting more, more, more. No wonder, so many of us have no clue what we are doing.
A Life Worth Living
There are many myths surrounding money and debt, but trickle-down economics might be one of the most stupid myths that manages to stay alive. In this video, I explain trickle-down economics and talk about how broken the system is.
If you ask people if they have any debt, they usually say something along the lines of "I don't have any debt, except..." and then list whatever debt they don't really consider debt. Let's talk about money and debt and how messed up the entire system is.
When you ask people how much money they have or how much they are in debt, most people don't have a fucking clue. Society pushes us to spend without thinking and often forces us to. We talk about money and debt, budgeting, and what we can do to get to a better place when it comes to finances.
We set all kinds of rules up for men and women. Shaving is just one example of a double-standard where it is totally okay for men not to shave, but women are expected to be hairless and smooth. And now, we are starting to make men just as insecure about themselves.