Mark Boyle became The Moneyless Man in November 2008 when he set out to try living completely without money for 12 months – not spending, earning, saving or using it. His first book The Moneyless Man: A Year of Freeconomic Living, was published in June 2010 by Oneworld Publications, and documents this journey. Having successfully completed the first year of moneyless living, Mark continued to live moneylessly for almost three years. He wrote The Moneyless Manifesto, to support, inform and encourage others who would like to explore the possibility of living more with less. Mark is the founder of the Freeconomy movement – which puts people with skills, tools and time in touch with those with a need for these things, without money changing hands.
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