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Personal Finances Made Easy

“Financial peace isn’t the acquisition of stuff. It’s learning to live on less than you make, so you can give money back and have money to invest. You can’t win until you do this.” – Dave Ramsey

Hello my friend, this is Larisa and today I am diving headfirst into the rewarding world of financial responsibility, and we’ve mapped out the steps you can take to build some serious financial discipline. Now, how about we dig a little deeper and figure out how to weave this discipline into your everyday life? Sounds like a plan? Great!

Let’s kick things off by playing detective with your financial habits. We’ve all got them, these automatic routines that dictate how we splash or stash our cash. So, first order of business? Pinpoint these habits. Once you’re clued in, you can start swapping out the not-so-helpful ones with habits that are good for your financial health.

Next up, consider setting up an autopilot savings system. Think of it as paying the best employee you’ve got – you! Before you drop a dime on anything else, make sure a slice of your income zooms straight into your savings account. You won’t feel the pinch of what you don’t see, and over time, this small step can pile up to a hefty nest egg. It’s like slowly building your own treasure chest, one payday at a time.

Lastly, let’s talk mindset. It’s all about abundance, not scarcity. Yes, you’re flexing your discipline muscles with your finances, but that doesn’t mean you’re putting yourself in a box. You’re simply choosing to spend and save in a way that fits your goals, your dreams.

And, here’s a bonus, a simple yet fun way to become financially responsible: the “30-day rule”. Next time you’re itching to buy something not so essential, wait for 30 days. If you still want it after a month, go ahead and buy it. But you’ll be surprised how often that urge to buy fades away. It’s a fun little experiment, a challenge to test your patience and discipline. And the best part? It works wonders in cutting down those impulse purchases. Try it out, you might end up saving more than you think. You know know what to do so go di it!


Hugs, Love and Prayers,

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