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Wondering how you will handle your money problems?
Hitting a brick wall with money is something that we can all relate to. Sometimes it just gets to the point where you feel like all you’re ever doing is spending, and you’re hardly having any money to spare to either save, or spend on something that you actually want to spend it on. So this is what we like to call a money brick wall, because you’re literally going nowhere with it, and it’s so easy to feel like you’re spiraling towards having no money spare at all. It’s such a negative mindset to have, and money has been linked to so many mental health problems around the world.
But sometimes it’s not as easy as bringing more money in, and sometimes the bills you have just aren’t going to go down anytime soon. So instead, we want to show you how you can smash through the money brick wall, without having to worry about getting a new job, or making big cuts to your life that will change your lifestyle.
So, keep on reading, and see how you can finally get a handle on your money problems.
The bills you pay are going to be the main reason why you’re spending so much each month. It wasn’t until bills came along that the true money problems in our life began, and because we’re so tied into the bills that we’re paying, it can honestly feel like we’re never going to be able to get away from them. So, you need to think about the highest first, and work your way down the list to see what you can reduce. Up there with the highest that you know you probably can change, is the bills related to your car. Car insurances can vary depending on the type of cover that you need, but generally they can be rather high. To get it down you’ll benefit from finding a secure location to park it, off a main road, and using comparison websites to get the best price is also advisable. Then will come bills like your water and electricity, which can be done with simple energy saving techniques around the home. Just a quick Google search will show you them all!
Money management might not be your strong suit if you’re struggling with money at the minute, so you need to think about how you can manage it more effectively to give you more money throughout the month. One way that we think works well, is to divide your money out, and account for things like one treat for yourself a month, fuel and some aside for unexpected plans. A strict budget will mean that you have some left over to save!
Less definitely is more when it comes to your shopping list, which is going to be a really big expense for a lot of you. Try shopping at discount shops, and doing meal plans where the foods you’re buying can be used for more than one meal, so you’re not filling the shopping cart full of things that are going to be wasted!
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