Every single morning, I pull out my little black journal, and I jot down three things that bring me gratitude. It’s simple. It’s practical. And it’s changed my outlook on life.
Well, in a world where we can see our friends every accomplishment, vacation and home upgrade on social media 24/7, it’s tough not to get a little jealous from time to time.
What matters the most is that you are slowly learning your way around the online business. You are growing more as a person because of the knowledge that you are accumulating.
About 78% of full-time workers are living paycheck to paycheck, according to a recent poll, even while earning a decent salary. However, since they do not know what exactly they are spending on, most people end up throwing away money that could have been saved.
In this week’s episode, we deep-dive into how to create impressive habits and how to break the terrible habits that hold you back.
It’s important that both you and your partner are on the same page for your goals, because as Kine says, the further away you are from your idea of prosperity, the unhappier you are.
Based on my quick calculations, if we could save an additional $500 per month from here on out, we could not only lower the amount we need to save to reach FI by $150,000 – $171,000, but also shorten our time period to FI by about 1.5 years of our already aggressive goal of 9-10 years.
I realized that I didn’t want to spend my money on frivolous items that brought no value to my family.
While every child is different, the age of your children can play a big role in how you teach them money management skills. So, to help you guide your kids down the path to fiscal responsibility and successful long-term money management, follow these tips from VantageScore Solutions.
Often, the very worst thing that you can imagine happening to you (that doesn’t involve death or destruction, that is) can be such a turning point in your life, if you let it. For our family, the layoffs spotlighted our financial insecurity.
When I first heard about the Money Middletons concept, I knew that it was exactly the piece our community has been missing; a place to bring together those of us living and breathing personal finance and the pursuit of financial freedom while also dealing with the struggles that come from getting there on a more moderate income.