How do we help our kids find financial happiness? Through helping them understand good money habits and identifying money emotions.
Whenever I tell myself ‘I can’t afford this,’ I feel a little sad or frustrated, and so what I want to do is be aware that this is a thought—a Jackal—when actually, there is a choice, right? I’m choosing not to buy something because I want to spend my money on my rent. I don’t want to spend my money on this car because I can get a second-hard car and I prefer to spend the rest of my money on the gym. There is a choice there.
If I had been exposed to the options and opportunities, I would have absolutely gone into it at an earlier age.
I strive towards frugality because it wasn’t that long ago when I was very financially stressed. I learned my lesson the hard way, and although my friends sometimes give me crap for being “stingy,” I don’t ever want to repeat going through that experience again.
Money is easy to spend and hard to save. But there are a few things you could do to make it a little bit easier to save money.
Have you heard about creating multiple streams of income, but does it seem kind of… complicated? Or does it seem like something that maybe you don’t really want to do?
We are here to help you continue your debt journey… because it can be a long one!
We do our best to keep our expenses down every single month, but I had this recent push—this fire—to go super intense again.
Stick to it, stick to it like glue! Stick to it like a spider on the wall! You really have to make it a priority in your life, and make it something that your life is now about.
So whether your home buying journey takes 12 weeks or 6 months, once you understand step-by-step how to plan properly, it demystifies the entire process and provides a clear road-map on how to become a homeowner!
The stock market performs like a rollercoaster… nobody knows when it’s going to go down. What goes up must come down. Just focus on your strategy and stick to it for the long term.
We at least have 1, 5, and 10 minutes every day to better our financial health. This is my routine.
I still want to enjoy my life; how do you budget for travel while tackling debt?
How exactly are you supposed to quantify your worth in a way that’s useful – especially in negotiations?
Your dedication and thoughtfulness will pay off. You won’t be among the 47% of people who can’t handle a $400 emergency. And when the right spending opportunity comes along at the right time, you’ll be able to make a well-informed, guilt-free purchase that fits perfectly within your budget.