Posted December 30th, 2011 by Elena
Thinking about upcoming New Year?
For many of us it starts with new resolutions.
We give ourselves a bunch of promises like: I am going to lose weight and eat healthier… I am going to save money… etc.
But how often do we actually keep those promises and for how long?
Our new year’s resolutions regarding personal finance as well as our health should be of a high priority to us.
If you really want to make some important financial resolutions, I would suggest putting them in writing with the steps on how to accomplish them with specific deadlines. Read the full article…
Posted May 30th, 2010 by Elena
Impulse buying is typically buying something that isn’t within budget or a part of a monthly spending plan. It’s a purchase that isn’t necessary. It’s a product or service that taps into the customer’s emotions.
As for me, I feel strongly against impulse buying, because it’s one of the largest causes of consumer debt each year.
There are a number of ways to stop impulse buying, if it’s causing problems for you each month. Take a look at this list of 16 different ideas to stop impulse buying. See if you can apply all or any combination of these to your situation to change this behavior. Read the full article…