Work vs. Cruising

Deciding when to go cruising is a difficult decision that can be made very simple and easy to resolve. Cruising takes all your time. You will be away from work and unable to go to work for a long period of time. This means that you will have to decide if you want to go cruising or go to work. I know, sounds like a really tough decision so far, but it can get a whole lot simpler.

You might feel that you have to go to work because you have all of these bills to pay, and you need money to pay the bills, therefore you need to go to work. The trick is to evaluate which bills are bills for you to live and which bills are bills you pay to go to work.

This might sound ridiculous, that you would pay bills to go to work, but this sadly is the truth. Expenses like your vehicle are needed because you need a car to get to work. Without a car, you won't be commuting to work everyday, so you won't be able to keep your job. But if you don't have that job, then you don't need the car!

If you don't have a car, you don't have to pay for fuel, maintenance, and most of all, insurance! All these expenses that are tied to the car instantly disappear. At the same time, subscriptions to magazines will also be terminated as you won't be there to collect your mail.

In the end, the only real expense that you will have that is an expense of yourself is food that you buy to eat and feed yourself. Everything else becomes superfluous and is nothing more than a drain on your earnings. When you cut out all of these expenses that you incur to go to work, you will see that life is actually very inexpensive and that your money will last a lot longer than you might have first thought.

So, if work is so expensive, and cruising is so cheap, why work?