Over sixty percent of adults don’t keep track of their money. It’s easy to understand why. People think creating a budget plan would be a hassle and will force us to take an extensive look into our finances. Such an examination would likely mean we need to make drastic lifestyle changes we don’t want to make. So, our budget never gets created. We go along in our lives spending away only to think about money when we need it.
Everyone wants financial freedom, but what does that look like? Is financial freedom the same for everyone? For some, it’s the ability to retire worry-free and enjoying the latter years. For others, it’s being able to make large purchases in cash or being able to handle an emergency without having to panic or the need to borrow. In reality, it’s the idea of being able to handle anything financial without taking on debt or stress.
There are a lot of points to consider when planning out your path to financial freedom. Here are a few easy to follow ideas to help you meet your financial goals towards financial freedom.
The mind is mysterious yet quite powerful. It controls our imagination and judgments. It’s responsible for our perception and emotions. So why does the thought of money have so much control over such powerful piece of human property? When we look at money, our mindset has us thinking in one of two ways: hoarding it or spending it.