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Three keys to spend your money happily

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You have worked hard to earn your living. You went to work with the idea of being able to enjoy the fruits of your labor. Therefore, here are three thoughts on how to use your money in ways that make you happy.

Not being afraid to spend

In order for you to be able to make purchases that please you, you cannot be afraid to spend your money. Though saving it is good for the future; do not let you future plans lead you into a sour present life.

A good way to make sure that you are not afraid to spend your money on fun things, it is to make them a part of your budget. This can be done by planning for a portion of your money each week or month to go toward a hobby of your choice.

Being cheap

Another way to spend your money happily is to not try to be cheap. Though you do not want to spend money on over-priced items, you still want to make sure that you purchase good quality items.

On that note, good quality items may cost you a little more than you initially planned to spend. However, you will save money in the long run from not having to pay for repairs or buy a certain item repetitively.

Purpose of your purchase

A good way to be able to smile after spending your income is to know why you are spending it. Make sure that you spend your money with the intent of helping yourself rather than harming yourself.

If you follw the steps mentioned and spend your money wisley, spending money will not be a burden. Instead, it will be a luxury that you can forever enjoy because of your rightful spending habits.



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