Learning Your Spending Habits *CHALLENGE*

Hello there everyone! Today I am here to challenge you. And really, also to challenge myself. Lately I've been trying to sort out my own budget planner and noticed the amount of detail that usually goes into it. This is one of the main reasons why some of us don't do a full budget and … Continue reading Learning Your Spending Habits *CHALLENGE*

Expenses To Avoid

Budgeting doesn't need to be all about restraining yourself from things you like in everyday life. Budget helps you to identify financial leaks, where you may have not noticed occurred. But also it helps you to stay on track with increasing financial commitments in your life that bring more value than other expenses. Imagine if … Continue reading Expenses To Avoid

The Big Picture Of Budgeting

While you are tracking your income and spending every single day, it can start to become a little repetitive and boring to continue doing it consistently. This is where a lot of the people stop budgeting and distrust this method. But budgeting without a doubt one of the most effective financial planning tools you can … Continue reading The Big Picture Of Budgeting

One More Benefit Of Budgeting That Might Make You To Actually Stick To It

Last year I started trying to stop smoking. I did most things - stopped buying tobacco, avoided places where people smoke, stopped drinking as much, etc. But I couldn't fully stop until I had a clear list of pros and cons of smoking vs pros and cons of non smoking next to each other. It … Continue reading One More Benefit Of Budgeting That Might Make You To Actually Stick To It

How To Track Your Spending And Actually Like It

It can feel dreadful to be tracking your spending. If you're like me who rarely checks their bank account and forgets to keep the track of how much I spend in the month, welcome to the club! In attempts to get myself to be more financially responsible, I have found a way that works really … Continue reading How To Track Your Spending And Actually Like It