1) More than three-quarters of the worldโs population lives in Africa (with about 17%) and Asia (with about 60%).
2) The number of persons aged 80 or over is projected to increase from 137 million in 2017 to 425 million in 2050, and further to 909 million in 2100. This will put even more pressure on the less-developed healthcare systems in poorer nations.
3) Tuberculosis is a top infectious disease killer worldwide. Over 95 percent of tuberculosis cases and deaths are in low- and middle-income countries.
Start Decluttering Your Home Regularly.
Minimalism and frugal living go hand-in-hand. You canโt be smart with your cash and spend your money on the things that make you happy when your entire life is cluttered with unecessary stuff.
Try to make a habit out of decluttering an area of your home once a quarter. Check out the contents of your wardrobe or your garage, for example, and you could be surprised how much you find there is no longer useful or appropriate for you. And donโt forget all those drawers and cupboards in the kitchen too.
Once your home is decluttered, make it your mission to only buy things you really need and will use. This will almost certainly save you money. And then your regular decluttering wonโt be such a big task.