We’re going to continue with another budgeting tip, this one might sound like an unusual approach, but hear me out.
“It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all.”
What does this mean for you? When you’re making your budget, accept the fact that your original plan might not work out. There is no shame or problem with failing, unless you don’t learn from it, and get right back up to try again. If you had already made the best budget you can, you probably wouldn’t be reading this, would you? So take this bit of wisdom, and apply it to every aspect of your life. Those willing to adapt and evolve, will always do better than those who refuse, or give up.
Let’s do a little homework assignment, find one monthly or weekly expense that you can eliminate, or change to reduce your expenses. Don’t go nuts, find something small, it’s the small expenses that add up before you know it. (i.e.- checking account service fees.)
Good luck! Feel free to message us on Facebook if you need some help! Make it a great week!