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Good Financial Habits

Sometimes good habits start happening and you don’t notice that you are doing them. Good financial habits can be achieved in the same way.

What do I mean?

  • When I stopped biting my finger nails, I started over a Christmas vacation and when I got back to work, I noticed I hadn’t indulged my obsessive habit, so I just kept doing it.
  • I haven’t bought any coffee at work this year so far. Yes, I have not been at work, but that doesn’t mean this good habit should be dismissed, changes are done, one day at a time.

Interesting, I hadn’t even noticed until I started driving in to work (in the fog) this morning. Keep this in mind, have you started a good habit and you don’t even know it yet?

Starting the Year

Remember the year is starting, so starting planning the year. When are you going to have Christmas paid off? When that happens what are you going to start paying off after that debt is clear?


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  1. bigcajunman – Ottawa, Ontario – A simple blogger writing about his financial experiences as the Father of a wonderful son who is on the Autism Spectrum. Also writes about security and WordPress technology.

    Thanks, this is a lot of fun and I am finally cleaning up the mess I made on my last site 🙂


  2. nancyzimmerman – Imagine if Canadians were known for being all over their money. Engaged. Proactive. Getting out of debt. Savvy. Saving. Generous. I think it's possible. I started my own journey with money about 10 years ago, and through my company "Your Money by Design" help anyone along the same path. My underlying belief -surprising, as I'm an Anglican ('high", with catholic tendencies, but way more liberal) - is that of the puritans: money is a social good, not a private possession.

    wow – awesome new template. Very clean and easy to read. Congrats!

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