We all feel envious now and then. Maybe you hear about a coworker’s promotion or something great that a friend is doing, and your gut twists a little inside.
“I wish I could do that,” you think wistfully.
And you almost certainly can. After all, if the other person can do it, it’s proof that it’s possible. It’s probably even likely that you can get what you want.
If you let them, those feelings of envy can spur you to action instead. » Read more
Because money management covers such a wide variety of things, getting your finances into shape can be overwhelming at times. It can be hard to even know where to start, which can leave you paralyzed.
This can be true even if you break the things you need to do down by topic.
But there ARE a few strategies that can help. Here are some things to keep in mind. » Read more
When I made very little money, I felt embarrassed using coupons at the grocery store. Of course, I did it anyway because I liked being able to eat.
It was only later that I realized that wealthy people might be even more apt to use coupons. After all, they understand the value of money and don’t see the point of spending extra for the sake of spending extra.
There are a lot of things that wealthy people do that middle-class or poor people may avoid doing out of a fear of looking cheap.
Here are some of the things I’ve personally observed. » Read more
Have you ever gone shopping for groceries and stocked up on things, only to find out that they went on sale the following week? It’s annoying, right?
I don’t know about you, but I hate spending more than I need to on the items I buy on a regular basis.
To avoid that, I’ve made note of what constitutes a good (or great!) price on those items and where it’s typically best to get them at. » Read more