In my lifelong quest at improving my finances, I am always trying to look at my moments of failure.
In what cases do I fail?
Why do I fail?
What could I be doing so that I set myself up for success and not failure?
A lot of that has to do with how we manage our money and how we spend it. In most ways, I’m on the path to recovery. I’ve got the targeted savings accounts down, I’m paying off debt, and I’m pretty frugal. However, there are moments when I am more inclined to spend money. For example, in certain situations, or with certain feelings your brain triggers a response for you to spend money on something.
These are your spending triggers.
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