“They say the best in life is free,
But if you don’t pay then you don’t eat.” – Another Day, Bryan Adams
One of the best things in life are memories. Growing up listening to Bryan Adams was something I look back on and remember enjoying (well, at least up to Waking Up The Neighbours, then I reckon he kinda went backwards). Memories cost nothing. As a matter of fact, a lot of things don’t have a cost associated with them.
Depending on your circumstances, you won’t pay a cent for love, sex, oxygen, warmth, laughter and cuddles. Yeah, there are situations where you can pay for all of those, but generally speaking they are all free.
If you get the feeling that this blog is going to turn into an advertisement for Visa, you’ve got the wrong end of the stick.
It might be a bit cocky to refer to Financial Freedom For Gens X And Y as one of the best things in life, but bugger it, I’m gonna be cocky. ‘Cause now it’s free. Yep, that’s right, the $25 subscription fee that we used to charge for a sign up to access the course on our site has been dropped. There is no need to even send us your email address so that we can send chapters to your inbox every week ‘cause it doesn’t work like that – the whole course is now available and open to all.
Unlike other places where you can find information on money, Financial Freedom For Gens X and Y does not carry advertising. Nor does it attempt to persuade you to sign up to something for an annual fee or a product that we receive kickbacks from. It’s fair dinkum free.
Of course if, after going through the site you reckon you have saved yourself a load of money and that it was well worth your time reading through it, you still have the option to throw 5 or 10 bucks my way. After all, running a website doesn’t come for free.