Budgeting ensures the important things get taken care of.
Taking the time to plan ahead makes my life easier. Budgeting is one way of putting plans in place. It ensures that the important things get taken of first.
How I spend money reflects my priorities and discipline. Being mature about my approach to finances is important for ongoing success.
Frivolous spending keeps me stagnant because it prevents me from committing meaningful resources to important things. I keep my eyes on my goals so I stay on track with my financial wellness.
When I budget, I focus on both my compulsory payments and the things that bring me balance. Although it is good to pay attention to plans for the future, it is also beneficial to take care of myself mentally and spiritually.
I commit some of my earnings each month to physical fitness. I know that my body is the outer vessel for my mind and soul, so it deserves to be treated well.
Reserving money for entertainment is a good way to allow me to unwind. I am more productive when I am able to build regular downtime into my life.
Although I enjoy going out for dinner and drinks with my friends, I do so in moderation. Constant splurging on these activities is a sure way to lose track of life priorities.
Today, my spiritual, physical, and financial health are intact because I commit to budgeting each month. I am powerful in my pursuit of goals because I reserve financial resources in preparation for the journey to success.
1. How well do I handle unexpected expenses?
2. How much room do I have in my budget for professional development?
3. What are some of the important things that I budget for each month?