It is helpful to recognize and be aware of the meanings that we give to money in our life, because money is not just a medium of exchange – money takes on the philosophical, psychological, emotional, and moral meanings that we assign to it. What does money mean to you?
Prior to starting Figuringgitout, I had a toxic relationship with money. As I became determined to end that relationship, I can slowly feel the changes in my behavior and mindset on money over time.
I’ve never thought that we can create a financial vision board especially for our money goals! So cool that we actually can! Look at home mine turned out.
Many are already back to work by now so this post may be a little bit too late. But hey, every day is a chance to be grateful! So here’s a list of the little things that I find myself appreciating more after spending two months at home.
So I knew when I reviewed my 2019 spending that I have to take control of my financial life. I barely have savings and yet going through my spending, I realised I’ve made many unnecessary purchases that came from pure impulse buying. This has to change. So here I am, embarking on a full NO BUY YEAR journey!
If you’re looking for a Malaysian millennial who is struggling to get her financial life in order, working a 9 – 6 job, living paycheck to paycheck with minimum to none savings each month, doesn’t even have sufficient emergency fund in her bank accounts, reads a lot of financial advice but can’t seem to implement them in her life and deep down wants to improve her financial state – you come to the right place. Welcome. Let’s figuringgitout with me.