By Dina Gachman
In Brokenomics, writer Dina Gachman stocks the teachings she’s realized approximately the best way to stay huge within the affordable seats. via tales either painfully sincere and laugh-out-loud humorous that anybody can relate to, Dina finds all of the methods you must dwell the nice lifestyles with no spending a ton of money.
Brokenomics covers where the place economics and daily life collide. It includes:
ideas for altering your frame of mind (“There Will regularly Be somebody Richer, Taller, Smarter, and higher taking a look Than You”)
clever phrases approximately making great judgements, like elevating children—or now not (“Why Have a child in the event you Can simply Get a pleasant Potted Plant?”)
Clear-eyed dating recommendation (“Do no longer Date an individual Who Loves Their Bong greater than They Love You”)
sturdy assistance for renters (“The Freeloader's consultant to Housesitting”)
and methods for speaking to your honey approximately cash. . . with out breaking up
This invaluable and hilarious instruction manual has the solutions for crafting your personal model of the glamorous existence with no breaking the financial institution. Dina stocks recommendation on each web page whereas maintaining issues clean, gentle, and enjoyable. Written with the knowledge afforded by way of hindsight, Brokenomics will entice fresh university grads, newly dedicated undefined, and people dealing with occupation crises alike.
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Extra info for Brokenomics: 50 Ways to Live the Dream on a Dime
A MAN WALKS INTO A BAR So the bartender brings him three pints and the man proceeds to sip one, then the next, and then the third until they’re gone. ’ The man says, ‘You don’t understand. I have two brothers: one in Australia, and one in the States. We made a vow to each other that every Saturday night we’d still drink together. ’ The bartender thinks it’s a wonderful tradition and every week he sets up the man’s three beers as soon as he enters the bar. Then one week, the man comes in and orders only two.
He looks up at the bartender to see if he has said anything, but he is on the other side of the bar. A MAN WALKS INTO A BAR, ‘Hey! ’ The man looks up but, again, the bartender is engaged elsewhere. ‘Hey! ’ The man then calls the bartender over and asks him if he has been talking to him. ’ 38 and sit down to eat their lunches. ’ TWO MEN WALK INTO A BAR They look at each other, shrug, and swap lunches. TWO TUBS OF YOGHURT WALK INTO A BAR. ’ ‘Why not? ’ TWO PEANUTS WALK INTO A BAR. One was a salted.
And orders a double. The bartender brings out a bloke who looks just like him. A MAN WALKS INTO A BAR at closing time. ’ A GHOST WALKS INTO A BAR 48 and orders a drink. ’ The fly sighs. ‘I’m the one they put in the soup. ’ 49 with a pork pie on his head. ’ replies the man. A POTATO WALKS INTO A BAR on him! 50 and all eyes are IT TAKES ALL SORTS AN ENGLISHMAN, AN IRISHMAN, A SCOTSMAN, A RABBI, A MINISTER AND A PRIEST WALK and the bartender says, ‘What is this? ’ INTO A BAR On the stool next to his is some footwear.