5 Motivational Inspirations To Consider While You Bulldoze Debt : The Saturday Weekend Review #188

IF DEBT BOXES YOU IN THERE ARE WAYS TO HELP PULL YOU OUT.   Becoming a motivational push for those who have large amounts of debt isn’t as easy as it sounds even if you are debt free and have been down that same path or a similar one in the past. When I started blogging at Canadian Budget Binder I didn’t realize how much of a motivational inspiration I would be to many of my fans. I thought I would be writing for myself but almost 5 years later and thousands of readers I have an audience that  motivates me to share our financial experiences and those of other fans. If I didn’t believe that I was influencing my readers in any way especially by letting them into our home and financial world I would have quit blogging years ago. That’s clearly not the case as my readers are my rock. The sheer amount of emails that I get from fans looking for budgeting tips or sharing with me their success stories because they read my blog motivates me to keep on writing. Do you see how this works? You give, you get, you give, you get. It all […]

Young woman embarrassed of her low-income family : The Saturday Weekend Review #151

NOBODY KNOWS HOW MUCH MONEY YOU EARN UNLESS YOU TELL THEM     Not every low-income family struggles financially because views about wants and needs fall on different levels and some manage their money just the same. They may not have all the luxuries they desire but they are happy, the bills are paid and they keep debt to a minimum or have none at all. It’s always going to be an ongoing struggle but they manage with what they have. Shopping may be at second-hand shops and their budget may be tight every month but they are content. There are people who are opposite this and are resentful and unhappy about their life but do nothing about it or are unable to do anything to change the situation. When we were young we created a vision in our minds about how we wanted our lives to turn out. Not all of us will see that vision come to life. We live in a tough world but ultimately we are in charge of our happiness whether we have a fat bank account or not. When I moved to Canada I had no job which meant I was earning no income […]

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