Your relationship with money is probably more complicated than you’d like to admit. Maybe, for example, you don’t know how to properly save, because no one ever taught you. Or maybe you have a certain category of good or service that you know you spend too much money on but aren’t sure how to control. And then there’s uncertain about money, related to things like job security, the overall economic picture, or even future obligations such as retirement or college tuition.
Regardless, we all could use a little deeper dive into how we feel about money, what we do with money, and how we can make our money management skills better. And those deeper dives don’t have to wait until we’re officially grown-ups, with houses and kids and cars of our own. Starting as young as we can and especially paying attention in our 20s can be really effective for later positive money health. This graphic offers some good ideas to consider.
What are your thoughts? Please share in the comments below. I really would love to know.
‘This post may contain affiliate links’
Until Next Time, Shine Amongst the Stars!
If you haven’t made enough money blogging, look into taking the