Why Do You Still Stress About Money When You Have Enough

If you believe that you have enough money for the life you're living, then it feels like you shouldn't have to stress about it anymore - make sense right? But sometimes you get these anxiety attacks, some overthinking sessions, or just nagging thoughts at the back of your mind about something that makes you stressed … Continue reading Why Do You Still Stress About Money When You Have Enough

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

Why You Should Save First Then Borrow

Saving today is an unattractive activity. After all, the interest rates are so minuscule, you hardly ever earn anything on it. But as a financial coach, I believe that people should first have savings and use them first when they need to finance large purchases, rather than getting a loan. So if you love your … Continue reading Why You Should Save First Then Borrow

Why ‘Money Doesn’t Buy Happiness’

For some people, no matter how much money they get, it never seems like enough. It is a viscous cycle of achieving more and more and more. Can we ever feel truly happy? These people would argue that money does in fact bring you more happiness. However, it is easy to confuse the feeling of … Continue reading Why ‘Money Doesn’t Buy Happiness’

What Financial Abundance Is Not – Being Able To Spend Loads

People sometimes mistake financial abundance with their ability to spend. Living a prosperous life a lot of the time comes down to our discipline with money, or our spending habits. Just like anywhere in life, a person should have a good discipline. And not just for some time, but forever. This is how we build … Continue reading What Financial Abundance Is Not – Being Able To Spend Loads