I read an article over the weekend about a German family living (mostly) without money for the past two years: Family Lives Without Money–By Choice–and Thrives.
While the family obviously lives by extreme standards–which they are quick to point out in the interview–their overall message about overconsumption is something to think about. I particularly liked the idea of creating a program to save good food that would otherwise be thrown out. It reminded me of D.C. Central Kitchen, which takes food from restaurants and distributes it (5,000 meals a day) to those who need it the most.
So what do you think…could you live without money?