If you find that you’re struggling financially in spite of your hard work, research shows that the greatest way to get a raise is to look for a job elsewhere.
The way you view and handle money plays a huge role in how much financial success you achieve in life. Because of this, it's important to have a realistic and healthy view of money, or else you could find yourself always climbing uphill to reach your goals.
Here are five toxic attitudes about money that will prevent you from reaching your greatest financial potential.
The holidays are over, and getting back to normal is never easy.
Returning to the real life is a grind – and not everyone manages it well. For some, after a bumpy few days, they’re back on track. For others, the ‘blues’ set in, accompanied by a loss of appetite, feelings of wistfulness and homesickness. This often leads to a mild depression and sense of anxiety.
Every year Christmas approaches very quickly. I love to shop, but I don’t love having to come up with such a large amount of money during the holidays. I think many people can relate to the same problem, so a couple years ago I came up with a plan to help relieve the stress of holiday spending. I decided to open up a Christmas club account to start saving for the holidays all year long.