It’s probably not news to you that money woes are one of the leading causes of stress. And guess what? Stress is related to higher rates of depression, infectious disease, and heart disease.
So taking good, loving care of your money is super important not only for your emotional well being, but also for your physical well being.
One of the things that I’ve had to spend some time getting better at is saving money. My natural, untamed state is to spend whatever money comes into my life. Are you a saver or a spender?
If you’re a spender like me, today’s Financial Freedom Friday video is designed especially for you. And, if you’re a saver, the tips I’m going to teach you today will help you get even better at growing your nest egg.
The reason I always avoided saving money is because it felt more fun to spend it than to keep it. Having money pile up in my bank account just never felt as good as going out to dinner, taking a vacation, or buying new shoes.
That is, until I learned the simple technique to make saving money feel good that I’m going to teach you today. And you know what? When something feels good, you actually do it!
This money saving technique will change your relationship with keeping money for yourself and your future.
Watch this week’s episode of Financial Freedom Friday below:
Share the #MoneyLove:Money is only a tool. It will take you wherever you wish, but it won’t replace you as the driver. ~Ayn Rand (Tweet it!) Wait: saving money can actually feel good? @katenorthrup lays it down #FFF http://bit.ly/16gO8wl (Tweet it!)
Over to you:
How has saving money felt to you in the past? Are you a natural saver or spender? What saving money tips do you have to share?
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