Rebecca Meissen
Rebecca Meissen
Jun 30, 2020 3 min read

More Money Less Problems 14

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Welcome to Vermillion’s More Money, Less Problems, our monthly link roundup.

We comb the internet for fun and important stories about money so that you don’t have to. Want more? Check out our other roundup posts in the series!

The folks at The Financial Diet put together a quick list of lessons learned from – you guessed it! – writing down every penny spent for ten years.

Here’s a recap, but watch the short video for some great insights.

  1. Writing down what you buy makes you more money conscious. Sound familiar?
  2. Your spending evolves as you evolve.
  3. Your end-of-month totals provide valuable insights.
  4. The more you pay attention to money, the less power it has over you.
  5. It’s rewarding to look back at your journey.

Got any suggestions or stories to share? Let us know in the comments!

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