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No TV for 14 Years

Here are the 5 things I gained as a result

Woman staring at turned-off TV
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That’s right. I haven’t had a TV since 2006, the year I moved out of my parents’ house to go to university.

For the first three years, I couldn’t afford one. My only income consisted of a monthly scholarship, awarded to the top-performing students based on grades. 250 RON (Romanian currency), the equivalent of a whopping £50, was…




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Alisa Barcan

Alisa Barcan

Financial coach and business mentor for coaches who want to build financially viable coaching businesses.

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