By Jessica on Faithful Budgeting
A quick search on Google tells me that only 8% of people succeed at their New Year’s resolutions. To avoid being part of the 92% who won’t achieve their goals in the coming year, I want you to resist the temptation to go really big. Instead choose one or two goals that are realistic. Write them down and create a specific plan for achieving them. Once you accomplish your first goal, you can add a new one, but make sure you pace yourself.
Below is a list of 9 ideas for realistic New Year’s resolutions that will improve your finances. Which of these do you think you can achieve in the coming year? How would accomplishing one of these goals change your financial outlook a year from now? Are you willing to make some sacrifices in the short term to ensure a brighter future for you and your family?…Read On