We often go overboard when setting goals for the new year. With a clean slate, we are just sure that we can be perfect this year. Unfortunately, that just sets us up for failure. Try aiming for improvement rather than perfection.
Is there anything more difficult than breaking a bad habit or cultivating a new, healthy one? Probably not. But just in time for new year’s resolutions, you can make changing your habits easier with these five tricks studied (and proven) by psychologists.
It’s hard to admit that you really aren’t ever going to go to the gym. It can be even tougher to cancel that membership. Gyms love members who never show up and they don’t want you to stop paying for a service you never use. Here are some tips to guide you through canceling your gym membership.
Studies show millennials well into their 30s still turn to their parents for financial advice. That’s not a bad thing if mom and dad were good with money, but perhaps you shouldn’t rely on parental advice alone — especially when it comes your finances.
Money management doesn’t come naturally to many folks. Worse, some people take on a lifestyle of ridiculous budgeting and spending practices without realizing just how wrong they are. You probably know of these characters — you might even be one yourself!
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