Today I’m going to tell you 3 of MY financial fears, and how I overcome them. Maybe you’ll see yourself in some of these and realize you aren’t alone, or you can share this with a friend you think might be going through something like this. Either way, I hope it helps someone out there to hear these!
Do you feel like you’re irresponsible with your money? Like, you have no clue what’s happening, how to keep it, how to spend it, or generally deal with it in any way?
That was exactly how I felt a few years ago. And, I feel like it’s how a lot of people feel because NO ONE really teaches us how to ‘properly’ deal with money!
Money is EMOTIONAL. Yep, that’s right. EMOTIONAL. The way you FEEL and THINK about money can have an EXTREME effect on the way you handle your finances. It’s called Mindset. Today, we’re going to go over what exactly a money mindset is, how you can identify yours, and what you can do to make it work for you!
If you’ve looked up anything about personal finance in the last few years you’ve probably heard of the 50/30/20 Rule; and if you read my last post on responsible money management, you’ll know that 50/30/20 is a great general outline that you can use to budget your money. Today, we’re going to go a little bit deeper. Digging into what this ‘rule’ actually is, when to use it, when NOT to use it, and how to actually apply it in your own money plans.
Trying to keep motivated is tough. Especially if you’re dealing with depression or anxiety. Since becoming an entrepreneur, I’ve been having a tough time with this, and I bet my clients will one day be feeling this too. Debt payoff, lifestyle changes, it can be pretty stressful. Here are the strategies and tips that I use to keep me motivated and moving on.
Doesn’t it suck when it seems like all of the debt strategies out there assume you HAVE money to fix the problem? Like, you’re just not organized enough to figure out how to make it work? Well, in this post we’re going to face that head on. I’m going to teach you HOW you actually work on paying off your debt even if you’re working with a low income.