News about the war in Ukraine and the resulting economic volatility is pretty much everywhere we look these days. Add to that the increasing pressure on our budgets from rising gas prices and interest rates, and you may find you’ve reached a limit to how much you can take in.
When your mind is full, especially with events or concerns out of your control, it’s easy for emotions to affect your decision-making ability. And it’s in those moments when people often make their most damaging financial mistakes.
Instead, be sure to read the Forbes article below with tips on how you can be mindful and stay focused on your long-term goals that align with your core values. The accompanying articles give great insight and reassurance as well.
I welcome a talk about any insights or concerns you have. Take care.
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