How To Avoid A New Years Financial Hangover

I wanted to take a moment and talk about how to avoid a new years financial hangover…

Regardless of the holiday you celebrate this season, it is bound to be a mix of joy and energy drain… not to mention a hit to your wallet!

Just sit back and think about what would make this holiday season the best ever for you and your loved ones.

Hint: It’s not how many presents you buy or how much money you spend.

It’s about the experiences you create and the memories you build by spending quality time with your loved ones.

Are there great things you can plan with your family and friends that cost little or no money?

How about a game night with your family while sipping hot chocolate?

Roasting marshmallows or, better yet, making S’Mores using the fireplace?

What about family night with a great movie and some popcorn while you all huddle on the couch?

There’s always outdoor skating or tobogganing if you live cooler climes, or maybe Frisbee or touch football if you live in warmer areas.

However you choose to spend the holidays, remember it’s about the memories, not the mounds of presents!

Your loved ones will thank you for the gift of your time, attention and love this holiday season, and your wallet will get a well-deserved break.

Now, does this describe you?

You’re a smart cookie, but can’t quite get a handle on your money

You earn a decent income, yet your debt remains constant (or is growing)

You are moving forward in life, but your money isn’t…

You Are Not Alone!

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Here’s to making great things happen!

Happy holidays!

Cheers!

Mark Huber

PS: Words to Live By

”You must gain control over your money or the lack of it will forever control you.”
— Dave Ramsey