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The Man Who Quit Money by Mark Sundeen

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Ever wondered whether a money-free lifestyle could be possible? Daniel Suelo has pretty much been doing it since 2000. He only takes what people have disposed of or have freely given to him. Mark Sundeen, the author of The Man Who Quit Money, interweaves the story of this man's journey with some interesting questions about our own way of life. Some may consider this mooching or freeloading, but he definitely has a unique outlook on life.

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