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A beginning

October 23rd, 2009 at 10:38 am

I've been reading financial improvement blogs for several years now and even though it seems a little like peeking into a stranger's window when they're most vulnerable, I just can't stop. Mostly because my relationship with money, managing money and just managing life is similar in almost every situation. Sometimes I'm fascinated by the trainwrecks that people can get themselves into and sometimes I'm impressed and intimidated by the skills that people use to manage their resources. When I read, I don't judge because I've made a lot of dumb financial moves. There've been improvements and hopefully there will be more to come. For me, my relationship with money is directly tied to my ability to live a healthy lifestyle. Those credit cards used to burn up in the old days when I felt kind of low. The areas that I want to track are listed.




10 Responses to “A beginning”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Welcome to Saving Advice!

  2. fern Says:

    I'm glad you've "come out of the closet."

    You made some interesting comments, like, I'd like to know more of what you meant when you said my relationship with money is directly tied to my ability to live a healthy lifestyle

  3. Broken Arrow Says:

    Your first entry is wonderful. I feel the same way too, just wondering if some can pull through certain tragedies going through their lives, and at the same time, be intrigued by those who seem so smart and successful.

    Anyways, welcome!

  4. Ima saver Says:

    Welcome, glad you have joined us!

  5. north georgia gal Says:

    Welcome! I have hit those train wrecks and managed to pull myself out. You can too!

  6. Mooshocker Says:

    Welcome to the SA Family! I look forward to reading your blog. God bless.

  7. wowitsawonderfullife Says:

    Welcome home! You will love this place.

  8. LuxLiving Says:

    Welcome Buddy. Jump in, the water's fine!

  9. homebody Says:

    Welcome bud!

  10. crazyliblady Says:

    Welcome. You will find lots of friendly support here. We have all been through financial ups and downs of our own. Some of us, like me, are still climbing up out of the mud so that we can clean ourselves off. I saw your second post. You sounded really down. Don't beat yourself up because your plans didn't succeed the first time. Obviously, if you spent a lot for medical stuff, there was a reason. Hang in there. We are with you. Big Grin

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