Today I'm totally switching gears and talking about something some of us (and yes I am referring to myself) hate discussing...finances. In our house, the money situation is something that we decided Jeff would handle, kinda like how I do most of the cooking (this sounds like we're from 1960, doesn't it??)
Well, his background is in accounting and boy does that man LOVE to budget so it was a natural thing for him to own this for our family. To say he is a saver is an understatement, as he would save every single dollar we earned if he could, but we all know we have other commitments as well (church tithes, saving up for family vacations, clothes for the growing babes, house mortgage, college savings plans, etc).
Luckily for us, we have someone extremely close to us who is our financial planner and counselor and we trust him with everything and anything we do. So today I asked Aaron to share a post about how to reach financial success and the steps we all need to take to get to that place...remember, it's a marathon, not a sprint!6 Steps to Financial Success
By: Aaron GrunkeBudget – Making and STICKING to a monthly budget is the first step to financial success. A budget will do two things. First, it will give you a reality check on where all of your money really goes. Second, after a few months staying on a budget you’ll feel like you got a raise because you will now be in control of your spending.
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