The credit crunch is one of those once in a generation moments when everyone stops to think about what things are really worth. Because after years of rampant greed and unsustainable demand, Oscar Wilde's description of a cynic was starting to apply to all of us - people who know the price of everything and the value of nothing. But what if there is more to life than needing to spend GBP100 on a new iPod because Apple brought out one that was purple? What if money isn't the best way to put a value on things? This book suggests that there may be more important things than a new pair of Manolo Blahniks. Things like your family, or your favourite music, or a walk in the park on a sunny day. Or sex. Or telling someone you love them. This book is about helping us to realise that whatever our financial situation, our lives are incredibly wealthy already. You are really rich. You just don't know it yet.