Saving up money should be simple.
Get your FREE handbook “Your Magic Number.”
Dear me, many years ago, Well, it finally happened; I got old. I hit the big 7-0 last week, and it has me thinking about times gone by, about mistakes I’ve made and regrets I hold. Looking back on my life – on our life – I wonder what I could have done differently to protect myself from the financial hardships I’m facing today. I wish I could go back and talk to you at 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, any of those landmark ages, so you could benefit from the financial lessons I’ve learned over the years, and share that advice with your beloved children. So I’m writing to you now to tell you everything I’d like to be able to tell my younger self. If I could, I’d ask you to read my words of wisdom carefully; I would beg you to follow my advice to ensure that you don’t fall into the financial traps that have pulled me down. When you’re 20 Life is pretty great, isn’t it? You’re young, vibrant and healthy, and it feels like everything is an opportunity waiting to happen. Even though you’re still in university, your thoughts are starting to stray beyond … Continue reading A letter to my younger self: Financial lessons I’ve learned along the way
Copy and paste this URL into your WordPress site to embed
Copy and paste this code into your site to embed