10 Things That Don’t Seem To Be About Money, But Really Are

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Many people fail to realize that almost all aspects of our lives are intricately weaved together with our finances, but it’s crucially important to understand that even things that don’t initially seem to have anything to do with finances or money management can have a great impact on these areas. By understanding that almost every decision that we make has financial consequences, you place yourself in a position to save money where you once wasted it without even realizing it. Here are a few of those areas that may not seem to have anything to do with money, but upon deeper reflection actually have a large impact in this area:

Stress

Almost everyone has been stressed out about

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4 Responses to 10 Things That Don’t Seem To Be About Money, But Really Are

  1. Marsha says:

    I really liked your article. It made me think about all the ways we can save.

  2. cindyoh says:

    What I constantly try to tell myself is just slow down, slow down. I’m 58 and just plain tired of trying so hard not to get worked up over all the bad news in my life, financial and otherwise. I do best by not even turning on a TV (don’t have cable anyway) or reading a newspaper on days I especially feel overwhelmed. I’ve got a mom with Alzheimer’s, a source of constant concern and irritation, and she wants to go, go, go all the time. My best “entertainment” these days is a 15-minute nap in the recliner I can get maybe a few days a week at best. I’m grateful I’m doing okay at the moment, and I believe it’s the best I can hope for at this point in my life. Anyway, all this “stuff” we Americans think we have to have, have to work for, have to save for all seem absolutely ridiculous sometimes in the overall scheme of things. I’m glad I have a strong bible belief system and know it won’t go on forever. Just my two cents.

  3. Simon says:

    What a great article which sums up well how our lives are intertwined with money and finance. Once you wake up the meter starts running, although it’s still ‘waiting’ whilst you’re sound asleep!

    The more people are aware of their financial imprint, the healthier their lives can be. It is something that we’re striving to do with our kids so that they will be financially capable when they are older. Being financially literate will allow them to participate fully in society.

  4. austin says:

    well this was a good article im only 14 and a freshman and even i agree watchin parents constantly fight over money.

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