Get the “Conscious Spending” chapter from my book – for free
Welcome, Mint readers!
I hope you enjoyed my post on why it really CAN make sense to pay for value.
This is actually one of the aspects of personal finance that pople misunderstand the most. They assume “managing your money” = “never spending on anything.” In fact, there’s a better, more nuanced approach: I call it conscious spending.
My book (available on Amazon) contains a FULL chapter on this. Today, I’m giving you that entire Chapter , “Conscious Spending” here, where you’ll see things like:
- How my friend spends $21,000 per year going out (guilt-free)
- Why another one of my friends is able to spend $5,000 per year on SHOES
- The non-profit employee who saves $6,000 per year on a small salary
- Much more
This chapter covers what so many other personal finance “experts” don’t…because they don’t know how. It’s easier for them to regurgitate worthless, outdated advice (don’t buy lattes) than tell you how to strategically organize your life so that you can buy what you want without guilt.
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