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I originate from London, England where rhyming-slang was invented.  For instance - Apples and Pears - stairs, Trouble and Strife - wife.  Borasic Lint is rhyming slang for the word Skint - as in no money, broke, poor.  I am classified as disabled and so have a limited income.  I am finding that frugal does not have to be miserable, and I try to turn the situation around and make it a challenge.  If I have learned something I am always eager to pass this on,  I am also keen to learn new tips and crafts.  I have found that being without lots of money can be humbling in a very good way.  It does tend to knock you off your high horse and bring you back down to reality.  And once at that stage you can take a look around and see the things that really do matter and are important.  And more often those things are free - like consideration to others, good manners, love and gratefulness.  Or a wonderful sky, a handful of seashells, or the frost on leaves in winter.  You look at what is and stop running after what everyone else has.

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