Money is one of those things people don’t like to talk about. “It’s too personal” they say. “It’s not polite” others comment.
Why is money something we’re so scared to talk about? Try asking someone how much they made last year, most people won’t answer the question; a few will be angry you asked. And yet, money effects everything we do. Shouldn’t we be open to talking about it?
In this series we’re going to talk about money — why it matters, why you should talk about it, and how to use it properly.
If you think you’ve already got this covered, stick around anyway — you might be surprised.
As you read this series, try to be open to thinking about your money. Everyone has something to learn about money, and what safer way to learn than a blog? I promise to encourage you, instead of attack you. Following my methods will help you sort through all the taboo nonsense you’ve been taught about money and leave you with a sense of control you’ve never had before.
What I believe is counter-cultural, but it works. And in this series you’ll find out why.
Check it out:
- Personal Finances are Personal First
- The Budget Changes Everything
- Emergency Fund: You Need One
- Fico: Do Credit Scores Matter?
- Debt is Slavery; Be Debt Free
- Give Away Your Money
- Retirement: Prepare For The End
Which one of these topics interests you the most?