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“If you are not successful in your personal finances, what makes you think you will be successful managing your own business?”

Do something for your financial well-being is one of the hardest things in the world but also one of the healthiest you can do for the sake of your own peace of mind and peace of mind.

And it is that money management is not at all simple. In fact it is alarming that thousands of families are reeling from the economic difficulties and precisely because they have no income or employment, but because they fail to find balance in their finances.

BusinessAnd the main reason has to do with the fact that they never teach us at home to properly manage our money or at least not with correct principles, in contrast to the continued marketing blitz that makes us mistakenly think that “spending and pay later” is the formula for everything you want.

Heal your personal finances sometimes it could take years and much sacrifice. But if you really want to get started today, here I share at least 11 and more things you can do for your financial well-being:

  1. Avoid impulse buying: Stop buying buy. Most things do not really need. Decide for yourself take a break this destructive habit of giving in to anything you see in a shop window.
  2. It limits the amount of money to spend: If control is your weakness, try not to wear your debit or credit cards with you. If you go out to eat, choose how much you want to take and that will be the most you’ll spend. This will help you avoid the excesses.
  3. Develops a personal spending budget: If you really want positive developments in your pocket, made a personal budget of income and expenses. This will help you better visualize your current condition and make necessary cuts.
  4. Do not spend more than you earn: This premise seems obvious and even trite. Still, there is no clearer way to move towards a balanced finances. And it has to do with money just has to do with self-control.
  5. Better plan your shopping: Do not buy impulsively. Do not buy in the first place that comes your way. Listed in several places. Compare. If you really have to buy something, you look for the best choice, best price, the greatest benefits.
  6. Use more effective, less cards: This is a temporary technique that will help you be more aware of what you’re spending. At least while you gain more control, do your shopping on cash so you can better measure the extent of your consumption.
  7. Record your purchases: Another effective technique to limit your expenses is write them down in a small notebook. That way you’ll have more clarity on how much you are consuming.
  8. Beware of ant expenses: These are those very small expenses (apparently) but which together represent large sums of money leaking from your budget. Such as small meals, gifts or unplanned unnecessary outings.
  9. Save a contingency reserve: Emergencies always present and can severely damage your budget if you have at least a plan to meet them. It is better to have insurance protection as medical expenses or car, but failing, try to keep a small amount to have an emergency fund.
  10. Pay your debts: Nothing complicated things that postpone or avoid paying debts. Clearly defines how you. Make payment arrangements to stop charging interest. Make a payment plan and begins to release the pressure of debts.
  11. Do not pay debt with debt: Consolidating your debt can be a good alternative if you do a planned. But only trying to acquire a debt to pay another is financial suicide. If you feel desperate and need help, look for even adviser to guide you honestly. But for anything you make decisions in haste.

Hi, I am Russell Chowdhury; I am an entrepreneur, father, mentor and adventurer passionate about life. At this moment, I am working with depression and anxiety; here is my blogs how to recover from anxiety and how to fight with anxiety. I hope everyone will like my blogs.