Practical advice for nomadic peoples living a better life through conflict avoidance and dietary disciplineSatisfaction:
Have you always wanted to travel and see the world, but your financial situation held you back?
Could you imagine travelling on a limited budget but earning while you go?
Are you ready to take a look at a new way of living?
Have you suffered from bullying at work?
Do you need to find a way to stop it before it ruins your career and life?
Would you like to learn how to be stronger and more confident?
Do you have a limited budget to spend on food each month?
Do you still want to be able to eat healthy, organic food?
This book will show you how to do it!
Most of us have to live within a budget. We have to make sure that we have enough to cover rent, bills and other expenses and it’s the same when it comes to food. For many, this can often mean that we pass up eating good, healthy, nutritious food and replace it with junk food that is quicker and cheaper. But it is possible to eat well and save money.
There are countless millions of people who would list travel as being one of their greatest loves. Jetting off on vacation somewhere exotic, exploring a beautiful city or relaxing on an idyllic beach; that snapshot of luxury and something different is what many of us work towards all year.
Bullying is something that almost everyone experiences at some stage in their lives, whether at school, from siblings or in social settings. When bullying takes place at work however, it can become much more serious as it has the potential to impact on your financial situation if it causes you to leave your job. The best thing is to confront it, but where do you even start?
Inside the pages of this book you will find the answers you’ve been looking for that will help you to:
? Become more introspective
? Remain polite but firm at all times
? Learn not to take things personally
? Seek guidance from co-workers or managers
? Choose some neutral ground to have a chat
? Tackle the issues head on
? Offer a way to resolve the problem
? Accepting your circumstances