We are predisposed to saving money, why? I understand this could be considered a first world question but let's explore it.
Are you predisposed to save money because you need it for life's necessary or just to spend it on unnecessary junk?
Would it be better to be predisposed to live with less? To be happy with what we have?
To take your foot off of the gas for a while (even permanently), not to always work crazy hours and spend more time with good friends and family?
Did you receive anything this Holiday Season you believe will still be adding value in your like in 30 days? Will it be packed in a closet gathering dust?
For whatever the reason you believe you instinctively save money here are 9 Super Tips To Save Money Fast As A Minimalist.
Save money as a Minimalist? Yes, I believe it’s the best way to save money fast. Most of us are looking for ways to save money fast and personal saving rates in the United States have been steadily declining for the past few years. If you are being affected by rising inflation, interest rates, and low employment, people are looking for more ways to save money. [MORE]
In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of daily life and lose sight of what truly matters. [MORE]
WHO CALLS THE shots on how many days you end up working in the office? It has gradually dawned on bosses that it isn’t them. The real power holders? The elusive “top talent” that every firm is trying to attract. [MORE]
It’s no secret that mental health is important. After all, it’s a fundamental part of our overall health and well-being, where the long-term impacts clearly outweigh the costs. But that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s always easy to prioritize your mental health when you have so many other factors at play. [MORE]
Entrepreneurship is a growth experience. But while you're constantly focused on expansion, you may be inadvertently overlooking items that cause your business to contract. In fact, a consistent "push forward at all costs" way of thinking can prevent even the most-savvy entrepreneurs from growing. [MORE]
.The minimalist lifestyle encourages you to sift out the clutter and intentionally focus on what matters. In many ways, this approach echoes the principles of good time management. In this article, we’re looking at the relationship between minimalism and time management and how a minimalist lifestyle can improve your productivity and help you get things done, simply and strategically. [MORE]
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