To turn your financial situation around you need to exchange bad habits for good new habits.
A habit is something that if practiced, and if regularly repeated, becomes a routine, or an automatic way of life.
Think about driving a car. When you first start driving a car, it can be a bit overwhelming and confusing. But, when you practice driving, it becomes easier. After a few years of driving, you do it almost mindlessly, with very little thought.
A habit usually takes time to form, but once formed, it becomes a way of life.
The same is true with financial habits. Starting a new financial habit can be difficult, but if you stick to it and make it part of your routine, it just becomes a way of life.
Don’t just blindly follow the same monthly routine if it is not working.
“The wise man saves for the future, but the foolish man spends whatever he gets.” (Proverbs 21:20)
You cannot do the same thing the same way and expect a different result.
Build good financial habits. Stick to them. Over time you will be able to turn your financial affairs around for the better.
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