Urbandumpsterdiver's Blog

April 30, 2010

Living in the Flow

Filed under: Uncategorized — urbandumpsterdiver @ 11:08 am

Found bags and bags of V-Day candy, 3 brand new toys, stickers, pre-cooked meals from a local gourmet grocery store, pears, bananas and apples.

Living in the flow – what does that mean? It means allowing life to happen and being open to recieve allow and relax.

Trust me folks I feel your pain on the economy. There are times I have a great deal of anger and hostility not only to corporate America but to our government in general. Both entities are full of psychopaths, brain dead clueless inept employees who don’t even deserve to have a job.

I had a friend ask me are things that bad that people have to dumpster dive? In some cases yes. Every good thing I find for free is one less thing I have buy myself, thereby more money I can squirrel away.

Since I’ve been dumpster diving I’ve been living in the flow. When I run out of something I usually find it. I was out of produce and viola I found produce last night. I was out of meat, bought some at the grocery store and I found some newly cooked meat thrown out last night.

When you live in the flow you stop worrying about money, you just do. When you’re constantly tense about money and worried about it – employers use that fear against you. Some take it as a license to bully you and intimidate you with statements like you know people are lined up around the block to replace you. If I have an employer or future one tell me that, I tell them hire them then!

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2 Comments »

  1. Hi u.d.d.

    Grocery store down the street leave the metal door unlocked on purpose….going to try to get them to just leave it in a box to be p/u 🙂 Good deals for sure.

    Problem with squirreling money away is that with the way govm’ts are printing it, it won’t be worth much in a little while. I agree with you about the employer thing. I can tell you from experience that corporate types are totally shocked when you stand up to them…you can put them in their place and not lose your job:) if you play it right.

    Comment by Ryan — April 30, 2010 @ 6:29 pm

  2. Good deal Ryan. Unlocked on purpose. I like that.

    I’m trying to squirrel away as much money as I can. That way when the housing market completely collapses I can buy some cheap land or a house out in the country and live totally off the grid.

    Comment by urbandumpsterdiver — April 30, 2010 @ 9:29 pm


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