Nothing feels worse than being in trouble. The consequences of the things we fear are oftentimes unbearable. So, what do most of us do? Lie and hide.
There are as many philosophies about kids and money as there are flavors or yogurt. In other words, a lot of them.
Money comes in and money goes out. That’s the ebb and flow of income and expenses.
Addictions affect your finances in a bad way. 2 examples are gambling and shopping. When you gamble away money you don’t have, or shop to avoid problems in an uncontrollable way the problems it creates can screw up your future for a long time.
Many are choosing to quit what they are doing and seek jobs with improved compensation, better work life balance, or to follow a calling or passion. However, just because everyone you know is quitting their jobs, doesn’t mean you should.
I recently reached a milestone in my retirement savings accounts. Unfortunately, despite this milestone, I am still behind in terms of where I *should* be and how much I *should* have in terms of retirement savings at this stage of my life.
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote my 2 final MBA exams. If felt a bit strange. A chapter of my life is coming to a close after 3 years.
Wow! I can’t believe I’ve been here for 7 years. Still going strong BTW. Even after 7 years, I’ve barely skimmed the surface when it comes to the fascinating world of Personal Finances.
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