Bettering your finances means some level of change is requires. If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll probably get what you’ve always got. This week’s quote is all about action which really is the key to change. Whether it’s about money, health, relationships, or anything else, many people have good intentions to do the right things for improvement. You can have all the right intentions but in the end, the smallest action is always better because it’s what pushes intention to results.
This Week I Wrote:
- On Monday I compared Debt Advice vs. Debt Products.
- On Tuesday Sarah talked about Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone.
- On Wednesday Wayne told you how to Teach Kids about Money through Experience.
- On Thursday Cathy showed how you need to think about Sudden Change when it comes to finances.
Other Great Reads:
- This week the Canadian Couch Potato told you When You Can Ignore Tracking Error.
- Where Does All My Money Go shared a podcast this week on Personal Finance for Students…So You Can Buy More Beer.
- Balance Junkie will help you answer the question: Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage Early?
- We all need motivation from time and time and that’s why the Canadian Finance Blog listed out 3 Ways to Get Financially Motivated.
- If you’re a dog owner, you’ll want to read this post by the Financial Highway on 5 Ways to Spend Less on Fido.
- This week the Financial Blogger shared some Things You Should Be Doing With Your Money But Aren’t.
- Boomer and Echo revealed the news that Senior Discounts Vanishing From Our Banks.
- Investors will enjoy this week’s post by Andrew Hallam that answers the question, Is There a Better Way for Index Investors?
- This week Young and Thrifty wants you to keep in mind that you need to Invest in Yourself.
- Give Me Back My Five Bucks wants to know, Do You Have a Store Credit Card?