10 Rules To Spend Money Intentionally

Being frugal doesn’t necessarily mean not spending money. It means to learn to spend money intentionally. Investing in items that can save you money down the road.

Good Debt vs Bad Debt

When it comes to your finances, why would anyone want anything other than a positive experience?! Think about how much happier life could be if we all stopped wasting our hard-earned cash.

Good Debt vs Bad Debt

Don’t buy things impulsively-shop around first.  You might feel compelled to buy something new when you see it, but don’t give in too quickly.

Skip Impulse Shopping

Pay off all of your credit card debt as quickly as possible. One of the most important things you can do for your financial future is to pay off all debt as quickly as possible.

Pay Off Debt

Live within your means so that there’s no stress about paying bills each month and maintain financial stability. This will allow you to have a stress-free life where there is no need to worry about finances and bills each month.

Live Within Your Means

Save 20% of every paycheck automatically in an emergency fund, retirement account, or other long-term savings plan.

Save Money

I get it, credit cards are great. They make going shopping so much easier and I can buy things without having to worry about how to pay for them later on down the road!

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