Have Money Management Habits You Can Be Proud Of
Bad habits aren’t things that we’re proud of. The good thing about bad habits, though, is that we can break them. It takes discipline, motivation and commitment, but we can break bad habits.
Changing Money Management Habits
If you have some questionable money management habits, then the first thing you need to do is identify them.
Next, you must write them down. Committing these to paper does a few things. It creates a record of where you started, shows that you’re serious about altering your behavior, and adds accountability to your project to change.
Here’s an example list of poor habits that need to be changed:
My Poor Money Management Habits
- I rarely save money.
- I splurge and spend money on things that I don’t necessarily need.
- I often pay bills after the due date.