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Welcome to this session of grand rounds, a collection of posts I have discovered in the blogosphere and have found of interest and hope you do too.
This offering of Grand Rounds looks at articles from around the web that deal with money psychology.
A great goal for everyone should be living a rich life.
A lot of us automatically assume that this means you have money beyond your wildest dreams, but that is just not the case.
There are many individuals leading rich lives without having a large bank account.
Financial Samurai expounds on this concept in, “When Do You Finally Feel Rich? It’s Not Just About The Money.”
Going through life we encounter many barriers that may cause us to deviate from the path to success.
In order to stay on target you need to identify and overcome these roadblocks.
Passive Income MD identifies a few things that might be holding you back in, “The Three Biggest Obstacles That Prevent You From Succeeding.”
Although the future is unknown it does not mean that you are just a passerby in your life.
We owe it to ourselves and our loved ones to make that future as bright as possible.
Wealthy Doc shares a comprehensive game plan to do just that in, “How to Create a Financial Future You Will Love.”
I recently wrote about the importance of not being so frugal that you are denying yourself happiness so that you can enjoy a future that may never come.
There has to be some sort of compromise between a spending philosophy and a saving philosophy.
Retire by 40 creates a Frugal Scale to help you determine “Are You Too Frugal?”
Most of us sacrifice our time in order to obtain money.
They say money cannot buy us happiness, so why are we trading our precious time for a piece of green paper?
The Female Professional says that although “Money Can’t Buy Happiness, Here Are 6 Things Money CAN Buy.”
Hope you enjoyed the reading material.
Have a great rest of the week.
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