Let’s talk about good changes. Those changes that come when you start living below your means.
Living above your means is something that people do every day. But, the enjoyment of getting new things when you can’t afford them can drive your credit card balance up in no time. On top of that, the immediate gratification of that new handbag wears off, and you are left with a major case of buyer’s remorse.
To avoid credit card balances full of guilt, take into consideration these 10 good changes that can come from living below your means.
1. Enjoy a healthier lifestyle.
2. Become an eBay expert.
3. Patience is a virtue – You will gain it.
4. Enjoy more disposable income.
5. Pay off your debt.
6. Become a master in couponing and sales.
7. Enjoy being active in your community.
8. Kick bad habits.
9. Your life goals will become oh so clear.
10. You will realize how much your friends and family mean to you.
Delve a little deeper into these good changes with this helpful article from lifehack.org.
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