i just want to know how do you deal your daily life? how about your financial daily lifestyle ? how much it cost you everyday?
'how did you deal with your daily life' the question is not clear. what does it means?
It varies for me depending on what I want/need to pay out for.
I'm self employed and this week I've only worked 2 days (by choice) got a job to finish tomorrow so that'll make 3 days and I will have covered everything I need to financially. Sure, I could have made a lot more this week but I wanted a couple of late mornings in bed and watch my lad play rugby for his school so I sacrificed the cash.
I admit I'm lucky to have the choice, but I've never been a slave to the wage, life is much more to me than 'shiny things' and I don't owe any financial institution anything.
My van may be 'used' 'second hand' but its paid for in full - same as everything else I own, that's why I can choose to have more family orientated 'lazy' days..
How do I deal with my day?
I'm a bit like Watersoul although I just have to make sure my other half is happy.
The kiddies are grown and Self sufficient
I don't work all the time. I take it when it comes,
Wish I could find a job that can become part-time. Sounds like an ideal way of living. Although I do enjoy my work environment very much. Doesn't feel as though someone is forcing me to be there. As long as I have that feeling and if they want to renew my contract next year, I can't think of an alternative way to earn my living. However, it's definitely not going to last forever, so part-time sounds good.
Financially, currently, I have a job which is 12 hours per day 4 days on 4 off rotating roster. And it is my favourite employment structure so far. With 2 and a half hours travel time per day I don't have much time to do amything but work on my on days. But it is lovely to have 4 off, long weekend every weekend.
In terms of dealing with day to day I have been living as much as possible in the present, not dwelling on the past or dreaming too much about the future, not multi-tasking, but being fully engaged with what I am doing. Beats being withdrawn like I was a year ago.