Its that time of year again. Football season is back and I am loving it. College football season kicks offs today and I can’t wait. I guess you know what I will be doing this weekend. If you are not watching college football like I will be take some time to read these posts from this week. I am sure each one of them will help you simplify your finances. Also if you didn’t get a chance to check out my post from this week it is definitely worth a read. I posted 8 reason why you need to take action now if you want to simplify. I know many times we say we want to do something but we never take the necessary action to do it.
So here is this week’s post you need to read over your long holiday weekend which can help you simplify your personal finances.
Len Penzo offers No, I’m NOT Rich. But I Am Financially Free. Here’s How I Got There. This a great post. He explains how you can live a good life without being rich and how he has done it.
Carrie at Careful Cents offers Simplify your life by going digital. This is something I truly believe in. Number 7 is the one I am really trying to focus on now.
Average Joe provided a guest post on The Millionaire Nurse. His post Waiting to Save Money: What’s Your Excuse ties directly into my post this week. We all say we going to save or start a budget but always find a reason not to do. He ask a very good question what is your excuse? What’s stopping you. Usually is it ourselves.
Craig at Money Help for Christians offers 4 essential questions to ask before buying anything. If you applied this before all of your purchases you would simplify your finances. One you probably would not have as much stuff and two you would not spend as much so you should have more money to apply to your savings account.
Peter at Bible Money Matters offers Discipline: An Attribute Of Millionaires That You Need To Succeed. Having discipline is key to simplifying your finances. By having discipline, you will reach your goals and objectives that you set not just financial goals but all of your goals.
Enjoy your long holiday weekend as well as some college football.