Cutting down on your spending can change your life forever.
It can improve your finances – it can help you save more and invest better and in the process bring more wealth to you. It can improve your mental health (yes, you worry less about money. God knows how terribly anxious we are when in need of money), it can improve your general well-being.
Almost everyone know how much better their finances, their lives, can be if they can cut down on their spending.
But then, the lure for stuffs is irresistible. We feel helpless. Always, we are seduced by the things we see in the stores and online, and we spend and spend and spend some more.
So how do we get our head around this? How do we tell ourselves that we want to spend this amount of money and end up spending this amount of money?
How do we put our spending under control?