So you want to go into neet life? Here's what to expect.
>No vehicle ownership except bicycle
This saves me about 3000 euros a year.
No fuel, no maintenance, no tax, no depreciation. Probably the biggest safer if you don't need it.
Toilet paper is a scam and unhygienic.
If you do squatpooping (the natural way)
you get much less stuck shit. Also shaving your butthair helps. I use a reusable wet cloth that I clean afterwards.
>Pee inside water bottles instead of the toilet to save water costs
>No showering, just rinse yourself off with wet cloth, bucket of water and some soap.
>No visiting to hair stylist. Just cut off all your hair yourself and go buzz cut.
>No smoking or drinking or eating at restaurants
>Buying only the essential foods, mostly in bulk. Clean diet without sweets, chips and other trash. Just drink tapwater (super clean here), english tea, milk and coffee.
>Low room temperature to save heating bills
Dress extra warm.
>Buy all your clothes and furniture (if you need furniture) at thrift shops. Nothing new.
>Apply for all government grants possible. If you live in a European country there's likely something you can get free money for.
See it as receiving your tax dollars back
>Since you are a neet and don't need to commute, live in some unknown town with cheap rent with all utilities nearby.
>Don't spend money on girls (huge savings)
>Never go on holidays.
>No chance to start a real family.
>Don't own pets.
These are some of the sacrifices that I have to make to live as a NEET. If working 5 days a week and standing up early is not your thing, THIS is the only alternative. All in all I manage to live in less than 10k a year.
It's not that hard to scrape that together, but the sacrifices are tough, and it's not for every one. But I also have lots of benefits. I am basically free to do what I want. No obligations to anyone. In the mean time I do shitcoin trading and build some longterm wealth.
October 23, 2017
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