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A budget should be an earnest attempt to change spending habits permanently for the better, or lasting results cannot be expected. Take a look at the top 5 reasons why personal budgets fail. Continue reading
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act, but a habit.” Aristotle. This quote has profound meaning for your financial life, because it means that even if your savings are up not to scratch or if your … Continue reading
Many of us suffer from periodic bouts of weakness when it comes to personal financial management. Even people who are generally great at making decisions sometimes end up spending money on something that was completely sporadic only to bear the … Continue reading
What really floats your boat? 22 questions to get a clearer picture about what you want in your life!
In my last article I talked about what is important to you in life. Its not necessarily as obvious as we sometimes think. There are always a few key things like money and family that people come up with, however … Continue reading
December is always a month that is riddled with important financial decisions, but most of them get pushed aside for the much more pleasant euphoria of the holiday season. The following are a few tips that can help you to … Continue reading
A vice is the opposite of a virtue. It is a habit that is considered to be negative or generally destructive or immoral. To adapt this into a financial context though a “financial vice” is simply some habit that goes against … Continue reading