How Do I Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck?

How Do I Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck?



How Do I Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck?
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30 thoughts on “How Do I Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck?

  1. It’s as simple as cutting out unnecessary expenses and doing what you can to save money on necessary ones. People don’t like to hear this, but that 10-20 bucks you spend on fast food or a T-shirt etc could’ve been saved just by learning to control your impulses. Everyone wants what they want NOW, so much so that they give up what they truly want for what they want in the moment. You’ve got to keep a clear vision and remember the big picture. I’ve luckily learned this at a young age of 19 and I’ve already got 4K saved up in just a couple months. I plan to buy a car soon with the money I’ve saved or use it for a down payment and finance one. After that, straight investing until I can afford to start my own business. Until then, planning, setting goals, and save save save 🙂 the sacrifice will all be worth it

  2. Now is the right time. If you really want to grow your money and attain financial independence. Start investing, that's the best way to accumulate wealth. Spent my 30s and 40s investing in stock and several multifamily real estates. That’s the best I did for myself as it has consistently beaten my expectations of a return. Lately, discovered ¢rypto, and life feels comfier

  3. When I started my budgeting I was spending to much money on Doordash I was mad at myself not only was I spending to much money but I was gaining an ridiculous amount of weight I cook my own meals, saved money, and lost weight

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