Money can be a very powerful thing. We all use it for more than just acquiring things we want and need. We give it to our children for allowance when they do chores. We donate it to faith and non-profit organizations. We may purchase veggies from our favorite local farmer or buy artwork from a talented neighbor. In these cases, we are making money decisions based on our values and hoping to create positive impact.
Thinking about your demise is never a pleasant thought. Nonetheless, it is imperative that you take some time to put your affairs in order, just in case. It is easy to put off this task, especially for younger folks. Younger people tend to feel invincible! It is important to remember that stuff happens, though, and preparation is best.
If you are like me, the warmer days and bright sun motivate you! I love opening the windows and letting in the cool breeze, which carries away the warm stuffiness of winter. This is the time of year when I also feel the irresistible urge to purge. Clean out closets! Empty out files! Many folks feel a spark of inspiration in the spring. What about using some of your excess motivation to focus on your finances?
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