Sometimes we need to be brutally honest with ourselves and if we’re truly going as hard as we say or think we are. Some questions @themillionairemomsclub suggested you ask yourself are: 📌Are you busy or productive? 📌Are you actually making progress & getting results? If you’re honest with no one else, be honest with yourself! Use the rest of January to really set the tone for your year and determine how you’ll reach the goals you’ve set! Make sure your work ethic matches your goals. . . . repost @themillionairemomsclub⠀⠀⠀
Sometimes they are silent and that’s okay too. Everyone doesn’t need to know how you’re securing your bag(s)!
The journey might be difficult but it is to be enjoyed. Don’t think you have to wait until you have your millions to celebrate your life as it is. Every day is a blessing and should be enjoyed.
You can really find some of the best items at consignment stores. And in today’s age, it’s so easy to shop and sell consignment online via websites like Thred Up @thredup, The Real Real @therealreal, and Poshmark @poshmark! What’s your favorite secondhand item you’ve purchased?
Did we hit a nerve? We’re not trying to start anything and we don’t always pay in cash but when buying something this is definitely something that needs to be considered. Before you swipe that credit card, ask yourself could you afford it based on the money currently in your account. What are your thoughts? Let's talk about this below!
It’s important to be mindful of how you’re spending your money and what you’re spending it on. This is the first step to understand your own spending triggers! Self-reflection and expense tracking are necessary. Take note of your spending and reflect on the emotion or event that influenced your decision. Let's get to the root of the problem and stop putting band-aids on our financial wounds.
Aminah @aminahimani is coming through with the message of the day: It is okay to not have it! She said it best, acting like you do have money will only keep you further away from actually having it.
Impulse buys are the bane of your budget's existence. You went to Target for cotton pads and walked out with body scrub, whitening trays, a flashlight, a whole patio set and lip gloss 😂😩. Here are a few tips for cutting on unnecessary impulse buys.
Small actions create big changes.
How many times have we heard or said “I’m just going to do me, but what does that even mean? Because doing you doesn't always mean you are doing what's best for you. 𝐒𝐞𝐥𝐟 𝐚𝐮𝐝𝐢𝐭𝐬 𝐚𝐫𝐞 𝐢𝐦𝐩𝐨𝐫𝐭𝐚𝐧𝐭. It's also important not to take your audit too far into negative self talk territory. When’s the last time you had an honest talk with yourself?