The hardest part of correcting a bad habit is realizing that it even exists. A lot of the time we don’t even notice it’s the little habits that are holding us back financially. Your habits will compound over time. That’s why it’s super important to recognize any bad money habits early on and replace them with good money habits.
Getting out of debt now seems to be popular. Most debts were not all related to unconscious overspending. Some call it death by one-thousand cuts, buy a little thing here, a little thing here and next thing you know is that you look up and you are “way over your head” in twenty and thirty-thousand dollars in debt. There may be numerous other reasons for accumulating your current debt including job loss, health issues, and major unexpected house/car/family emergencies.
Are you in need of or just want a few extra dollars to put toward a vacation, a home project, to knock down debt, or just to save for a rainy day? There has never been a better time to take on a side hustle for extra income.
Do you get frustrated when doing your budget because the numbers don’t up? In America and in many other countries across the world, people are obsessed with materialism. Not only do we want all the stuff, we silently compete with each other to try and have the best, biggest and most stuff possible.
If you have a family, especially with kids, you might wonder what fun frugal activities you can do to help save some of that money. Today, I will share with you what our family does to entertain ourselves and the benefits of the activities.