Do you have any financial regrets in your life?
At some point in our lives, we feel financial regrets. Maybe it was something we bought when we shouldn't have one. Perhaps it is something we should have done, and we didn't. How about a wrong business decision by you or someone else?
There are a lot of things that we could regret.
Here are some of my financial regrets...
Do any of these resonate with you?
We all have financial regrets at some point or another. We all have made financial mistakes that we wished we can take back. However, instead of focusing on the disappointment, or the blame, or feeling sorry for...
Did the holidays leave you with a debt hungover?
Are you regretting spending all that money on buying all those gifts? Are you in fear because you don't know how to manage your debt?
According to a survey made by Mr. Cooper (mortgage company), " one-third of Americans wished they could have skipped the holidays rather than spending it on gifts." Also added, "Thirty-two percent of Americans who purchased holiday gifts paid with credit cards."
I'm going to give you seven steps to manage your holiday hungover and do damage control right away.
Step One: Stop The Regrets
The first step to getting rid of your debt hangover is to stop with the guilt, the blame, and the regrets. It is time to shift your focus from debt to solutions.
Step Two: Track Your Spending
Yes, it is time to tight up for a bit and track all of your spendings. This will require creating a budget or spending plan. Don't know how to do this? If you want more information about how to get back on...
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