Sometimes we know when change is needed, other times we have no idea. Sometimes it takes a big tragedy or road sign before we realize that the way we’ve been doing things hasn’t been working like we’ve imagined.
Today I wanted to be that sign for you, in case you needed it! Today I wanted to walk you through five signs that you should probably start moving towards minimal spending with your money. I hope they encourage you, but also give you a little shove into making progress with your spending habits!
Let’s get into it, shall we? continue reading
So in my last post I talked about what your spending habits say about you. If you haven’t read that one yet you can check it out here. But if you did get a chance to read it and are now wanting to try and change those spending habits that don’t reflect who you are, I thought today’s post might be helpful!
So I’m going to share some simple tips that will help you to start changing your spending habits and move towards more minimal spending. Ready? continue reading
If someone was to look at your bank statement right now, would they know who you are? Would they know anything truthful about you?
Where we put our money says a lot about who we are as a person. With every penny we spend we are casting a vote and that vote matters for our life. We only have so much money after all, how and what we use it for means something. continue reading
If you’ve ever sat down and talked to any hardworking adult and asked them about their struggles I can almost guarantee that a few of them have to do with wanting or “needing” more money. Maybe you yourself have had that same thought. Money causes so much pain, ache, stress, and worry it’s a wonder why we all want so much of it, myself included at times.
But the problem is once we have enough to live off of we don’t stop wanting it. No one ever gets to a point where they say “No, thank you” to more money. We are living a perfectly good life but think that having more money will always, without a shadow of a doubt, make it better. Lately I’ve been wondering why that is. I think it has something to do with the title of this post. I think we believe that more money will fix our problems. continue reading
Now before anyone yells at me for talking about the holidays before we’ve even hit Halloween, just hold your horses and give me a minute to explain. The most common mistakes made when spending money for the holidays is not having a plan and starting too late. So in order to avoid that issue I’m writing this post today to help you get a head start so that when the holidays do come you can enjoy them without worrying about your bank account.
So, if I have your permission, I will continue. ;) continue reading