Whether you’re depressed, anxious, or just feeling low, taking care of yourself can often be the last thing you want to do. However, self care is so important, and if you let it slide you could actually end up feeling even worse in the long run.
Loneliness is something which no one should ever have to experience during their lifetimes. When you leave school and come into the adult world your time and energy is suddenly pulled in every which direction and this can make it hard for us to keep in touch with our family and friends.
When you become a mom you suddenly realize what it’s like to love somebody unconditionally; you would do anything for your little one, no matter what the situation is. You develop a second nature which means you are fiercely protective and caring at all times.
When our loved ones are going through a bad time, either emotionally or physically, we do our best to pick up the slack.
‘Money doesn’t lead to happiness’ we often heard when we were children. However, as we grow, we might come to feel that this statement isn’t entirely true.
One of the most frightening aspects of human existence is a lack of knowledge about what the future holds. Even if you’re swimming along nicely, there’s no guarantee that the picture will be as rosy in the days, months or years ahead. You never really know what’s around the corner, and bolts can appear out of the blue. If your finances have taken an unexpected knock, here are some of the best ways to handle life’s hardest problems.
Happiness is often the goal that many of us search for in life. As long as we’re smiling and having a good time, we often don’t think about anything else. This pursuit of happiness ultimately changes the way we approach life.
It’s not the past that defines us; what defines is how we strive to put the past behind us. If you are in a financially messy state (really, who isn’t?), then it’s tempting to lament the decisions that lead you to that position. But really, what does that get you? You’ll be in a looping guilt trip, and all the while, you will be doing nothing to ensure you’re able to move toward reaching your financial goals. Let’s look to creating change instead. It’s much better to adopt a can-do mindset, and tackle any issues head-on. Here’s how you do it.
Most of our blogs on budgeting is about savings and cutting costs. But SOMETIMES being frugal becomes a mindset that gets us stuck in a cycle money saving efforts that greatly increases our stress. Instead of focusing on budgeting, let’s take a breath and laugh at ourselves . Are you ready? Here are some of our “not best budgeting ideas” that we need to laugh about…
This week, I am reading a book called Debt-Free Living by Larry Burkett. I am also reading up on some of my favorite financial blogs, it is always good to review what you know you already know.