Some of the information in Free Lark is common sense and other information is quite plainly–insightful. The author, Kristen Becker, is a practitioner of holistic living, who shares her own story of self-examination. She shares practical ways to save money and to recalibrate one’s budget and goals.
Of significance are the quotes on the top regrets of the dying which helps the reader put on another shade of glasses. Equally consequential are the eight personalities of play. Yes, according to Kristen, adults need play and this list helps the reader to find fun ways to incorporate play into their regular routine. Four perceptions of money are discussed as the reader is invited to challenge those conventions.
Furthermore, Free Lark highlights the need for humans to have our essential emotional needs met and shows how to avoid emotional deficit. I recommend Free Lark to anyone looking for simplicity in life.
My favorite quote: “I have truly never been happier, more contented or more at peace in my life. My new financial attitude allows me the freedom and time to fully experience life while still enjoying the benefits of income producing and spending that speak to my soul.” – Kristin Becker
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