On the Virtues of Penny-Pinching

 Posted by on December 19, 2011
Dec 192011
 

Money

In a world (still) full of excesses, it’s easy to succumb to peer pressure, marketing ploys, the psychology of envy, and all manner of socio-financial sins.  It’s easy to continue as we have been: bending under pressure from all angles to buy more than we need, because it’s easier or more comfortable that way…and it’s what we’ve always done, anyway.

Until now, that is.  We’re here to tell you what you probably already knew: that the smart thing – the right thing – is to not do any of the above, and instead take control of your own financial health, regardless of what the rest of the world thinks of it!

Yes, it’s a little tougher – it takes extra effort and lots of practice, plus the discipline to say “no” sometimes.  Or many times.

But with a little know-how and an open mind, you can make the shift to a healthier, more prosperous, more sane financial life – which means less stress, chaos, and uncertainty in the rest of your life.

So how do you get started?  Stick with us, and we’ll share all that we’ve learned over the past few years to get you on the road to financial health (and the sense of zen that comes with it)!