Starting New Routines
So it's September. School is back in session and you are almost done recovering from a busy summer. You may have received your August credit card statement and are feeling overwhelmed. This time of year sparks the feeling of change and we tend to go back to the comforts of a routine. Routines can be very beneficial and lead us down a beautiful path to freedom or they can lead us down a trail through a scary forest. Make sure your routines healthy and positive.
This is a great time to take control of your finances. The holidays are right around the corner we need to be prepared. Have you set aside any money for the festivities that are coming? It’s crazy how fast time truly seems to fly. Let’s take the stress out of the grind of life and actually sit back and enjoy what is important. What is important varies for everyone but we all have priorities.
Take a minute to answer these questions.
What if you didn’t have to worry about money?
What if you were on track to reach your financial goals?
What if you didn’t have to stress about retirement?
What if a big portion of your paycheck could be saved instead of having to hand it over to the banks?
Sounds great doesn’t it ?
Get into a routine of budgeting before the start of every month. The rest of the month live by that plan you set in front of you. This is the first step, and honestly probably the most important step. If you are married sit down with your spouse and talk about your future. If you are single ask someone you trust to keep you accountable to your plan. Take Control!
Your Path Financial has helped many with starting their budgets and sticking to it. We don’t just go through numbers, but more importantly teach and guide you so you will understand and be able to take action. You have to aim at something in order to hit the mark. So, set up your target, aim, pull back, and get going.
Are you ready to walk on your path to financial freedom?