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The 5 Worst Financial Habits Of My 20s, & How I Fixed Them financial habits

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이 에피소드에서는 한 여성이 20대에 계속 반복했던 관련된 금전적 실수와 30대가 되기 전에 이를 고친 방법을 보여줍니다. 30대가 되면 지출이 어떻게 달라질 수 있는지 자세히 알아보려면 여기를 클릭하십시오. 주간 비디오 에세이를 통해 ” Make It Work’는 *실제* 사람들이 어떻게 의미 있는 방식으로 개인 또는 재정적 삶을 업그레이드했는지 보여줍니다. 당신의 인생을 당신을 위해 일하게 만드는 것은 단지 그것을 위해 부자가 되는 것을 의미하지 않습니다. 그것은 현재와 미래에 사랑하는 삶을 만들기 위해 필요한 것을 최대한 활용하는 것을 의미합니다. 그리고 돈을 관리하는 것은 모든 사람에게 중요한 삶의 기술이지만, 그것에 대해 “올바른 방법”은 없습니다. 당신은 *당신*에게 가장 적합한 것이 무엇인지 파악해야 합니다. Grace Lee의 비디오 Kate Moser Miller의 에세이 기반: Kyra Cornett의 비디오 나레이션 The Financial Diet 사이트: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: .

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The Financial Diet 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

In this weeks episode of "Making it Work" one woman shares some of the bad habits she developed around her finances during her 20s and how she addressed them. Want to dive into similar content ? Check out this video here : https://youtu.be/6SMiPoHNTkU

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Ayomide Aremu-Cole 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

I think that rather than saving for FOMO, it’s better to erase FOMO. That way you spend less and travel on your own terms rather than because of the fear of missing out

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_ Schmaltus 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

I don't know if I should take financial advide from someone that believes in Horoscopes

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Emilia Dudzinska 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

Hi, I'm watching TFD for quite some time. Not everything is applicable to my homeland reality but I still find a lot of useful tips. My sister and I have developed an app for tracking your unspent money: Not Spent ( https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.notspen&hl=en_US ). Because of the reward system, people like so much when we don't buy something (e.g. because of saving) all we get at this moment is a punishment. In long-distance It's, of course, we get savings but sometimes it's hard. Using this app when you're ina coffee or shop you can write how much you saved by not buying a thing and get a visual reward of sum of money. Currently, it's available only on Android

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L J 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

Excellent advice 💴

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Janelle Ntim 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

I’m freaking out about my 30s

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bbygrlpt2 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

I agree with most of this but Im not into travelin and bein near a lot of ppl (eg airplanes) Especially with viruses and so many crazy ppl everywhere. I rather just go places in my town and save as much as I can

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Lava Yuki 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

I look at my online banking only like once a week to see if I got paid. I do all the rest except having a travel budget, I just have a normal savings account for nothing specific other than a nice car one day. I also don't have a pension yet, which I was thinking of starting when I'm 30 (27 now) which is probably my mistake

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Justin Cho Nguyen 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

I’m a 90 kid too represent!

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Genevieve Randall 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

The new decade actually starts in 2021. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10…now the next ten 11, 12, 13, 14 and so on.

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Alexis Robinson 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

Can you guys put captions on your videos?

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M b 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

I check my bank account once a month (when I get paid) I'm afraid to look at how much I've spent any other time 😂

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Eva Streit 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

"Investing in therapy" — only in the US

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Rebecca Hurford 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

Particularly beautiful art and animation this week 🙂 even when the info/message isn't especially relevant to me, I really love this series just because it's so damn pleasant to watch visually! Give your artist/animator a raise!

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Alex Kathrens 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

i like videos like these, not because i learn anything new, but because it reaffirms that i have good money habits. its nice in these stressful times to know ive at least got one thing right!

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Tesla Cannon 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

OOF. I'm 23 and I've got habit number one. I had to start taking screenshots of my bank app and download the investment widget just so I can see it when I get paranoid, but not have to go through the opening/logging in process. I'm down to only 3 three times a day now though.

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LaTristess Durera 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

Holy Cow! 6 times a day! This wasn't my 20's, I never checked my balance one a month, never mind once a day lol. However awareness and intention are defiantly your best friend to your future self.

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Paws Not Claws 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

I didn’t even start contributing to my retirement until I was in my late 20s

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sionv2009 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

#1 was me last year before I got help for OCD. Every time I had an intrusive thought that I was going to be homeless, I had to check my bank and investment app to see if my money was still there. I only check once a day now.

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Andrew Keener 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

The new decade starts next year. There was no year zero.

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VizzyOne 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

I was recently saving for a trip to the Dominican republic that I have coming up in March. I was recently thinking about what I was going to do with this savings account that I had in that it has a minimum monthly amount required in order to keep the higher interest rate. But now listening to your idea of just having a overall constant travel account I think that I will continue just to save the minimum (for higher interest) and when a new trip in in planning increase the savings as needed

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aiborie 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

To explain the Virgo Moon reference, the 12 zodiac signs you mostly see on columns or magazines are just your Sun Sign (Ex. Virgo Sun, Leo Sun) and that's just one aspect of you. In astrology we use the major planets in the solar system: Mercury, Venus, Mars and etc. together with the Sun and Moon (these are considered luminaries not planets) and these planetary placements make up your natal chart. The natal chart is based on the date and time of your birth, how the sky lined up during that specific period.

Virgo as a sign it's practical, analytical, and efficient while the Moon indicates the “inner you” or “emotional personality”. The moon sign shapes your emotions and your soul. It touches on your subconscious, your deepest needs, and what helps you feel emotionally secure.

So Virgo Moons are highly analytical and pragmatic types that tend to look at things through the lenses of an observant, detail-oriented perspective, letting nothing escape unscathed individual. Which explains some of her obsessive behavior towards her finances. They strive for perfection, to their own detriment at times. Also Virgo Moons have an innate willingness to help others in constructive and supportive ways.

So take her advice with a grain of salt or if ever it applies to you. Funnily enough, I'm a Virgo Moon too, not here to convince the skeptics. It's fine not believing in astrology, let's just respect each other's interests. Hope this was helpful!

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Cassandra Lee 16/10/2021 - 4:06 PM

I obsessively check my account 😭

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