We’ve all had (or yet to have) that moment—staring at the calendar, realising Christmas is just around the bend and thinking, “How can I have a memorable holiday without draining my bank account?”
This is probably the question we get the most. This, and similar ones like, I’ve started earning more but where is all the extra money going?? And, how do I save more of my hard-earned money?
Over and over again you guys tell us that one of your biggest struggles is how to save more of your hard-earned money. So we thought we’d have a quick look at a few of the choices we all have around spending. This is not an exhaustive list but might poke you into thinking about some of the choices you’re making and whether this aligns with your objectives.
Last week we covered how to save more of your hard earned. One way to do this is to earn more money.
When you’re starting out on the road to financial freedom, your ability to earn more money can make a significant impact on your success. Check out our 5 tips to earn more money below.
It’s widely reported that money is one of the leading causes of stress for young people. To help with this I want you to consider the idea of taking a Money Day.
I’m going to show you how spending just one day a year focused solely on your money basics will get you on track, could easily save you $500 per month and clear your head of all that worry.
It can be easy to get overwhelmed with big plans especially when money is involved. The good news is you can fix this without any money knowledge and it takes next to no time. If you can block out 20 minutes of your weekly schedule you will be money fit and in control in no time!
After 10 years working with many different types of clients, I have noted two things in common with people who have confidence and success with money:
- They have been able to create a series of small wins, that in turn lead to bigger wins, and…
- They have developed a habit of saving