Have a toxic relationship with money? The answer might be a
If you have bad money habits you want broken, try a monetary version of the popular nutritional detoxification program and go hard-core on an aspect of your
financial life that you want to change. Then, after two or three months, with bad habits broken, you
can incorporate a more moderate approach to maintain that new, healthy attitude
toward your finances.
Here are five challenges aimed at helping you readjust your
approach to the green stuff. Also
included are steps to incorporate your newfound healthy habits long-term.
Sample them all, or select just the ones that will help you
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