We’ve all got bad money habits. Even those of us who balance our check books diligently, check till receipts and file our taxes on time, have some bad money habits. There are those of us who recognize them and do something about it. We get rid of our bad money habits, work and save hard to have a better life later on – we are the ones that become well to do. Then there’s those of us who do not follow this example and are destined to remain as the not so well to dos. We live for today, but what we want and engender even more bad money habits. Want to become one of the well to dos? Read on for 10 Bad Money Habits You Can Break:
1. ‘I Don’t Know Where All My Money Goes’
How many times have you said that? Also, have you thought about when you say it? If you ask ‘where does my money go’ in the middle of the month, having been paid at the end of last month, you have problems. Not knowing how you are spending your money is a classic trait of someone with bad money habits.