Constant lack of money? Feeling lost? Want to be free?
Tomi Astikainen spent four years completely without money. He traveled to 42 countries, hitchhiking more than 200,000 kilometers.
How did he get food without money? Transport? Healthcare? Where did he sleep? Why did he work for free? And why would someone with a degree in business decide to live without money in the first place?
Rich Without Money is full of thrilling events from the road: Striptease in Odessa, boat hitchhiking in Honduras, squatting in London, showering in a jail in Panama... There are stories from other inspiring people, too.
"While traveling without money I learned, first and foremost, to trust in my future, in what was coming up, without fear or doubts."
This book provides an ocean of every-day tips and philosophical considerations that can help you become less dependent on money. Perhaps you even find your unique direction in life.
“With humor and humility, Tomi captures the ups and downs of living a lifestyle few have really thought about, and gives dozens of ideas to create the life you want, if you're feeling like something is missing.”
– Jason Gastaldo
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About the author
Tomi Astikainen is an author of several e-books such as The Sunhitcher – On the Road Without Money and Mind Your Elephant: How to Get Rid of Your Ego, Connect With Others and Save the World.
His books are available for free: https:/astikainen.wordpress.com
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