Month: April 2018

Weathering Tough Financial Times

As much as I try to avoid the waves of fear that are in the air about the economy, I am not entirely successful. I worry that I will not be able to afford the things I need,that I will have to count every penny I spend, that I will be unable to be generous with my loved ones and that I will have to work until I am 90.

I finally had to remind myself that thoughts of scarcity and lack are not helpful. I can agonize about finances until my head spins but in actuality worry only makes things worse. So, my new attitude is to focus on what I do have control over: my thoughts, my behaviors, my attitude.

Below are some ideas that to help you weather today’s financial uncertainty.

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Looking For Debt Cures in Tough Financial Times

The problems of debt do not go away easily and it is very unlikely that any difficulties you are suffering with debts will simply disappear without a serious effort from you.

Debts build up reasonably slowly and we tend not to notice the debt growing steadily over the months and years but one day they reach a tipping point and all of a sudden you find yourself being bombarded with demands for payments when you don’t have the money to pay. The debts may build up slowly but the pain arrives quickly and there are no easy debt cures available to help.

It would be wonderful if there was a simple debt cure that could be applied like a band aid to solve all your financial problems but unless you suddenly win the lottery or come into an inheritance that is unlikely to happen. The debts will not simply disappear and your creditors will not just walk away and forget about the money you owe them.

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