The statistics are horribly true. We don't save. According the Federal Reserve in 2015, 50% of Americans couldn't cover a $400 emergency expense out of savings. Even when you look across income levels, the same statistic was hardly varied. People do not save. Period. It is an unfortunate truth in our society. Honestly, I truly believe the reason why is because we are never taught to save … [Read more...] about Join the Save Age Challenge for Kids
Saving money is the basis to financial freedom. However, most people don't save.
Learn to pay yourself first. Learn to save money.
Money Bliss can help.
In order to stop living paycheck to paycheck, you must learn to save. Yes, that concept may seem backwards.
However, by saving money, you are setting money aside for a future use. Don't think of saving as a punishment. It is a reward of hard work and effort!
Commit to save money! Don't delay. Your future will thank you.
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Saving money falls into six of the ten Money Bliss Steps.
Specifically Money Bliss Steps #2, #3, #5, #6, #7, and #9.
Some might argue that saving money could be included in Money Bliss Step #8 depending how you choose to pay off your mortgage. Obviously, saving money is crucial to your financial freedom and success with money.
Saving money is a priority in all of the Money Bliss steps.
Learn the Money Bliss Steps for Financial Freedom.
If your ultimate goal is live financially free, then you need to stay focused on saving money for future use or you may fall victim to living paycheck to paycheck.
Money Saving Challenges:
Cash envelopes for budgeting are a great way to keep you on track with spending. It is the easiest budgeting method to manage. Once the cash is gone, it is gone. The transition to using cash may be difficult at first. But, in the end you can find plenty of success. Cash envelopes here you go! You are excited to start and line up all of your plain white envelopes with money! … [Read more...] about Best Cash Envelopes for Budgeting – Pick Your Favorite
The hardest part about saving is....STARTING! Are you tired of not saving money at the end of the month? Feel like you are constantly living paycheck to paycheck? You have to make a decision to start saving money. Are you up for this money saving challenge in 2020? Because of freewill, you have the choice to save or not to save. That is completely up to you. One key hint... the more … [Read more...] about Save Age Challenge – Small Steps to Save Money
Updated April 2019 Today, the cost of college is rapidly rising and becoming more and more expensive. I don’t need to tell you that because you probably already knew that. So, how can you pay for college and not go into debt? As well as not sacrifice everything to make college happen for your children? Last week, I had the chance to interview Jocelyn Paonita, the founder of The … [Read more...] about What is the Scholarship System? Plus Q&A with the Founder
Yep, did you know you don't have to spend any money at Christmas?!?! Want to make Christmas on a Zero budget? It is a crazy thought in today's society. But, it is a lovely thought on the other hand. And completely possible! For me personally, I would rather spend time with my loved ones rather than in the craziness of overspending, the preparation, and undue stress. Most noteworthy, … [Read more...] about How to Spend ZERO at Christmas in a Materialistic Society
One of the categories in the Cents Plan (AKA budget) is called Slush Fund. There are many names for Slush Fund: Pocket Money Spending Cash Pocket Change Allowance (I’m totally against that one) Petty Cash Kitty Fund Cump change Just pick your favorite name for it and let's understand the rules and advantages. Regardless of what you call slush fund money, one meaning … [Read more...] about 4 Rules and Advantages of Slush Fund (Pocket) Money