Writing things down is always a plus. We write on the back of napkins, bills, scratch paper, business card and even on our hands. Often, we throw those notes, reminders or numbers away (or wash them off our hands), unfortunately often without ever referring back to them.
Money is neither good nor evil, but how you manage, spend and handle that money are direct reflections of your character, your behavior and your values. Billy Graham said: “Give me five minutes with a person’s checkbook, and I will tell you where their heart is.”
If you want to see clearly in 2020, glance backwards and focus forward.
If you knew then what you know now, what would you have done differently 4-5 months ago? That is still valuable insight, so don’t disregard it.
No, you aren’t going crazy!
Bizarre times can breed distraction, bad decisions, frustration and confusion. But it’s not a time to be hasty, whimsical or anxious. It’s a time to set yourself apart and be reasonable in a chaotic and topsy-turvy world.
Here are some sanity reminders when the crazy gets going.
Yes, there are more important things than getting more money. Absolutely. Learning to manage your money, however, is essential to eliminating stress and anxiety in that life.
What’s more important than money? Click the link to read a short list of things that are critical to your future, even more than acquiring more money.
You don’t have to be stressed about your money. Here are 5 easy ways to stop the money stress and start to live the life of your dreams.