A good spending plan facilitates “Do No Harm” spending. At the end of movies in which there have been animal stunts, I often see the disclaimer “No animals were harmed in the making of this movie.” That’s how I like to feel when I’ve spent on something that is on my spending plan — “Karen was not harmed in the buying of this item.” The goal of having a spending plan is to enjoy the peace and self-esteem that come with “Do No Harm” spending. (excerpt from Financial Recovery: Developing a Healthy Relationship with Money)
Here’s a great blog post from Ari Gold, “The Money Stylist” and certified Financial Recovery counselor, titled “Change Your Spending Habits and Save Money in Seconds“. Check out her terrific tips!
Excerpt: “Can you change your spending habits and save money in just seconds? Yes, you can! Is it your goal to finally get financially organized in 2016? Do you want to spend less of your money on things that don’t matter so you have more to spend on the things that do? Maybe you made a financial new years resolution and don’t know how to start? Then this is the first step you need to take!” Read more on>>>The Money Stylist