Go hitchhike

A car costs a lot of money. A whole lotta money. car insurance, maintenance. Initial buying costs are very high and gas prices are mainly rising. And many cases you don't really need a car. Forget about it and go hitchhike!

One of the alternatives for owning a car is hitchhiking or carpooling or car sharing. Hitchhiking works fine in many places. It might be tough to make the first steps but you'll find the experience very enjoyable.

Robin, one of the Moneyless.org writers has hitchhiked a lot himself. You can read some of his stories at randomroads.org. On his websites you'll also find links to e.g. Hitchwiki.org, the website about hitchhiking, with tips tips for first timers and a world-wide database of good hitchhiking spots.

Besides hitchhiking you can also make appointments with people living around you that go the same direction. Or you go by bicycle or on foot.

The most important is to construct a life in which you're no longer dependent on having your own car. Think about the things you use a car for that you could approach differently. Is your work far away from home? Might be time for a new job, or even to stop working. Another possibility is to move elsewhere.

Public transport is also an option, but costs money. In some countries it's common that employers cover some of these costs in a tax-deductible way.

Daily saving tips

Saving money, who does not want that? There are plenty of ways to save money. The best way is to spend no money at all. At Moneyless.orgyou can find many tips about how to lead a rich life without money. But what about saving money, and good tips for saving? There are many websites and blogs that can help you with that.

Bake your own bread

Baking your own bread is quite simple, very nutritious and super fun to do. On top of that you need little or no money to do it. You do need flour, water and salt. With these three ingredients you can make the tastiest bread you ever tried. This is bread without yeast.

Find Edible Plants

Fruit such as strawberries, apples and raspberries don't have to come from a supermarket. You can find it in your street, a park or a forest near you. You can reap this food relatively often. And except fruit there are also chestnuts, dandelions, wild herbs and a lot more.

Bartering

Bartering is a simple and cheap exchange of goods and services between people. Bartering is also recommended if you want to live without money or if you want to save money. Bartering is also a fantastic way to get new stuff and it can be a good alternative to the monetary economy.

Use Free Software

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Free software is software that is made ​​for people to use freely. It does not cost any money to use it. And besides, everyone has the right to the source code of the software to make changes and distribute the changes, which often turn out very well for the quality. The way free software works can also be a great way to transition towards a moneyless society.