The beginning of the year is as good of a time as any to rework your finances and get things back in order, and one of the best ways you can do that is implementing effective financial habits. I’ll admit, our finances have been a work in progress since we got married. (You might remember our big b-word talk…) But, there have always been three habits that we had in place with our finances that have made a huge difference in our ability to pay down our debt, live contently, and spend wisely. So, what are those three habits? Check them out and see if they won’t help you get back on track with your finances.
I don’t know about you, but I haven’t always loved to exercise. In fact, there are still some days when I don’t love to exercise. So how do I get over myself and get a little calorie burn in even when I don’t feel like? Well, I’ve made exercise a habit, so if I don’t get my exercise in for any given day, I feel like I’ve forgotten to do something. And generally that feeling is enough to motivate me to get up and move it! I haven’t always been that way, though. It took time to make daily exercise a habit, and here is what really helped.