Sometimes, when the world seems chaotic, spending as little money as possible can feel like the only thing that makes sense with our finances. But is that the right approach for right now?
When it comes to your overall wellness, it’s not just about pinching pennies. True success encompasses achieving a well-balanced and fulfilling life. And though saving and investing are primarily designed to help you pursue long-term goals, it’s equally important to consider your emotional goals along the way.
Life is meant to be LIVED, after all.
So, if you’re considering a change that may not make financial sense right now – whether it be a sabbatical or other type of leave, a dream vacation, or undertaking a home renovation – consider it an aspiration that may be worth it in the grander scheme of things. Remember, not every decision needs to revolve solely around numbers and spreadsheets. Working together, we can better understand your aspirations, habits, and tendencies, so you can identify moments when taking a risk could be beneficial – in more ways than money.
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