Little Resolutions

by Dual Income No Kids on December 31, 2006 · 0 comments

Okay, so we are all thinking about New Year’s resolutions, whether we believe in them or not. Chances are, not. At the same time, there is something about a New Year and a fresh start.

As Warren Buffet said, “The chains of habit are too light to be felt until they are too heavy to be broken.”

Use this to your advantage and start making a few small changes in the way you handle money:

  • Keep the change, it may feel like pennies, but they might just call it change because it has to power to do just that.
  • Pay yourself first and last, everyone knows about putting away first, but remember to tuck away any extra you have before your next pay check and you’ll be amazed how much faster it adds up.
  • Switch to tall, latte that is. This will save both your pocket book and your hips.
  • Track your spending and your saving. This makes all the difference for me.
  • Watch the fees, they add up, often faster than the interest.
  • Simplify your life, you’ll be amazed how much you save with less.

Happy New Year!


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