All too often, we set financial goals for ourselves that are self-defeating. Much like promises to lose weight or exercise more regularly, we are our own biggest obstacle when it comes to keeping the goals we set for ourselves. On some occasions, our financial goals are too lofty or ambitious. In others, they simply aren’t measurable. Keep reading
Originally published on Consumerism Commentary
All too often, we find ourselves stuck in financial ruts, falling back on bad habits and repeating negative patterns of behavior. Although we rationally understand the steps that we need to take to get back on track financially, we find ourselves unable to break the shackles of unhealthy financial habits.
There are millions of places to learn about money. Newspapers, blogs, podcasts, and books – just to name a few. But these will never, ever be able to give you the full story. Keep reading
If you received a raise tomorrow, what would you do with the extra money?
Most people would celebrate—maybe with a nice dinner out or a great bottle of wine, which you deserve. However, earning more should not always change your current or long-term spending habits. Keep reading