Most of us have been in the position of having a tight budget. Whether it's medical bills, student loans, or home repairs, we all have money challenges in this life...or at least most of us do.
What are steps we can take to save money and get back on track?
Even if you are not tight on money, these money hacks are great to use to keep you on track.
These are habits, right!? I mean, if you have good money habits, you may be able to keep on track and have money to prepare for those out of the ordinary things.
Over the years, we have experienced life changing experiences that involved our bank account.
We have experienced loss of employment on multiple occasions due to layoff from the economy. We have experienced medical bills from searching for what illness I had and then treating it when they found out I had Lyme Disease. We have experienced educational expenses, vehicle break downs, appliance break down, home repair expense, and more. This is life.
These are money hacks that have become habit. We are still climbing our way out of the depths of money challenges, and could not do so without these hacks.
Yes, they take work, they take practice. But soon, like other actions, they grown into habits and then a way of life...a lifestyle.
Because we have used these and they work, I highly recommend them and have put this list out there so that you can have a much better bottom line, enjoying the things that you need and the funds for them.
Take action. Your bottom line, your bank account, your family finances, your budget...they are important. The time to take action is now. Enjoy the future.