Posts tagged ‘budgeting’

5 Mental Strategies to Help You Budget Your Money Effectively

Published: October 4, 2019 | Money Saving Tips, Personal Finance | No Comments

I regularly manage my budget. It’s a habit I learned in my early 20’s and from experience, I’ve come to know how powerful it is in helping you achieve financial security. Many ask me, including some friends, on how to properly budget their money. And most of the time, the questions are about different budgeting […]

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How To Avoid Budgeting Burnout

Published: May 24, 2019 | Personal Finance | 3 Comments

It’s important to create and follow a budget, especially if you want to become financially secure. But unfortunately, this is often easier said than done. For most people, creating a budget is relatively easy. Just open a spreadsheet or get some envelopes, and then allocate your income towards the various expenses that you have. The […]

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Never Had the Knack for Budgeting? Try these Budgeting Starter Tips to Kick-Start your Money-Saving Habits

Updated: January 24, 2019 | Guest Posts, Money Saving Tips | 6 Comments

It’s ironic that most people will say that budgeting is important, but only a few will actually create and religiously follow one. Tracking your expenses and sticking to a financial plan can be a challenge at first, but I will tell you now that – it gets easier through the years. In fact, it only […]

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Make Budget Planning a Habit

Updated: May 10, 2019 | Personal Finance | 4 Comments

If you’re like most people, you probably receive a lot of text message spam. You know, those SMS from unknown numbers asking if you’d like to buy a condo unit, or apply for a personal loan. Recently, I received one that says, “Short on cash for your child’s tuition? Apply for a personal loan. No […]

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