How Living More Economical Is Going To Help You Survive

Minimalist and/or economical living is going to help you keep your bank account from depleting as fast as it would if you weren’t paying attention to your spending habits.

Since prices have gone up it’s going to be very smart of you to find areas where you can save money. No matter your income level, the more money that you are able to put to the side the less stressful life is.

Last week I ordered a 16 ounce bottle of Aloe Vera Juice from Amazon for $8.33. Today while shopping at Walmart I noticed a 128 ounce (1 gallon) bottle of Aloe Vera Juice for $6.59. It’s obvious that the larger container was a better deal but seeing such a big difference in quantity made me think of how much more I pay attention to pricing.

Aloe Vera is a staple in the body care products that I make and I recently decided that I’m going to make all of my products by 2023. By making my own products I’m controlling my wealth even more.

See, as prices have increased many have had to make the choice of buying one thing over another. If you grew up less fortunate the current state of the economy may have been easier for you to adjust to. But if you are like millions of Americans who had to change their spending habits for the first time in life budgeting can be a challenge.

For me, personally, I am navigating this new way of living strategically and will continue living comfortably, as well as stress free.

Article By Aura Carter

3 Types Of Financial Goals

“Money does not dictate your lifestyle, it’s what you do to get it and how you manage your finances that determines your lifestyle.”

– Wayne Chirisa

I honestly believe that if more people understood finances and how to manage money, inflation and recessions would be handled with greater ease.

Build a relationship with your money. Understand that having a large sum of it doesn’t make a person bad, and stressing over it shouldn’t be your default response.

Here are realistic financial goals with timelines that actually make sense.

Article By Aura Bea Carter

How To Build Good Money Habits: Personal Finance Workbook

3 Types Of Financial Goals

“Money does not dictate your lifestyle, it’s what you do to get it and how you manage your finances that determines your lifestyle.”

– Wayne Chirisa

I honestly believe that if more people understood finances and how to manage money, inflation and recessions would be handled with greater ease.

Build a relationship with your money. Understand that having a large sum of it doesn’t make a person bad, and stressing over it shouldn’t be your default response.

Here are realistic financial goals with timelines that actually make sense.

Article By Aura Bea Carter

How To Build Good Money Habits: Personal Finance Workbook

What To Teach Your Kids About Money

Exceptional parents raise exceptional children and in order to do this you must teach your children life skills that aren’t taught in school.

It is a known fact that the most important and critical subjects needed to flourished and navigate America prosperously aren’t considered key by the public school systems.

Understanding finance at a young age allows for better decision making as an adult. Teach your children useful information as this world is changing faster than ever.

Article By Aura Bea Carter

Youth Savings Tracker – Money Journal – Kids Money Tracker

How To Survive Inflation In 2022

Spending more more money isn’t something most Americans want to do. But we currently have to.

Despite inflation, life must still go on. Here are 5 survival tips to keep you afloat during these times.

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  1. Review your spending habits.
  2. Avoid taking on new debt.
  3. Use coupons and shop during sales.
  4. Take advantage of loyalty and reward programs.
  5. Be strategic with saving money.

Article By Aura Bea Carter

The Personal Finance Workbook That Will Save Your Relationship