Living beyond our means
, financially and environmentally
Do we say: 'the worst is over; back we go to our bad habits of borrowing and spending and living beyond our means
-- and let the next generation pay the bill'?
By living beyond our means
, we're stealing from the next generation.
Perhaps more worrying though, it implies that we should give up hope of things getting back to "normal" - because what we considered normal actually involved living beyond our means
Imposing a supertax above a certain amount would be a very effective way of convincing them they are living beyond our means
Stop targeting the poor to pay for the sins of the rich, and stop telling us it's our own fault for living beyond our means
while you continue to cream off a fortune for destroying our future.
LIVING beyond our means
and thou shalt not covet are some of the lessons to be learned in this interesting morality tale.
At first glance this is a concession to the reality that we are living beyond our means
and mortgaging our children's futures to do so.
Little wonder that these false economic assumptions are causing the human race to seriously degrade almost two-thirds of the natural machinery that supports life on earth as a result of living beyond our means
I'm sympathetic, but we're close to living beyond our means
," said Canon Robert Falby of Toronto.
Buying homes to build wealth but not maintaining them is living beyond our means
and is just as bad as losing ground in any other area of our finances.
They are living beyond our means
and telling us the funds are not available.
The former Westminster auxiliary bishop who was appointed to Lancaster in 2001 said he ordered a number of financial reviews after he "sensed we were, as a diocese, living beyond our means
I see and hear we are now living beyond our means
as far as energy is concerned, and the mainstay of hope is atomic power.
This is not really a healthy state of affairs and suggests that we are living beyond our means
or we are not paying our way.