No matter at what stage in your life you are, you probably feel that you don’t have enough money to live the lifestyle you truly aspire, let alone to behave (even more) sensibly with your money. When planning out, or even just thinking about, putting money aside to save, invest or pay off a debt, it is tempting to justify holding off making that sacrifice until you…. (insert excuse here).
Until you earn more? Until you’ve finished your post-grad course? Until you are married? Until you have bought a house? Until your children are independent? You can come up with a billion reasons here, many of them probably valid in their own way, so let’s look at some of the most common excuses, so you can appreciate that with every change in your life, your spending patterns will most likely also change.
There are two main reasons why this thinking pattern of “I will start saving when…” never really works: Continue reading “Step 31: Understand you will never have enough money”