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Minimalist MONEY HABITS | 7 Ways To SIMPLIFY Your Finances financial habits



Today I’m sharing some of my top tips on how to apply minimalism and simplicity to the way we manage our finances! Specifically, I’m talking about the 7 money …

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23 thoughts on “Minimalist MONEY HABITS | 7 Ways To SIMPLIFY Your Finances financial habits”

  1. Following Dave Ramsey’s principles and 7 Baby Steps has changed my life! I’m only half way through step 2. I’ve made plans to accomplish the other steps. Having a vision for my finances for once in my life is so exciting and mind blowing!

  2. When I see something I want at the store, I like to wait 24 hours and see if I still feel the same way. I find that often times I forget about that item!! I love your content❤️

  3. I turned 30 year old. Never I had debt. I always rent living in slums. Not like your suburbian fancy houses, but you can live. I am not living for giving a tour… My rent is €435 a month including internet, water, garbage, cable and many other costs which "owners" are adding up to pay plus their fixes are paid additionally (like new cooker). I just call and they replace it if defective.

    I honestly do not see myself working my life either. I work from monday to friday, not much in money, but I work and have time to live… and also savings possible.

  4. Hey guys! I'm trying to build my channel about finance and minimalism. I uploaded my first video today, and don't have any views. I'd really appreciate any support.

    P.S. Nice video Ashlynne 🙂

  5. I have seen a lot of opportunities for the past few years but forex trading seems to be the best.My finance has been stable through forex trading and with the help of my account manager Mr. Dennis. Reach out to him if you want to know more about forex investment @dennis__forex09 on instagram

  6. You’re really sweet and nice.
    Just one constructive criticism, I feel like the b roll is a bit repetitive and a bit awkward at times. It does distract from the overall good video.

  7. All super great tips! I follow Dave Ramsey and have stayed debt free by doing so 🙂 I currently have my three month emergency fund and I’m working on saving 6 months of expenses into an emergency fund. After this pandemic; however, I am hoping to eventually save up a 12 month emergency fund so that I can feel really secure going forward 🙂

  8. Great suggestions. Check "index funds" for simplicity. "Cleanse the mirrors of your hearts from the dross of the world and all that is therein, that they may reflect the resplendent light of God." ~ Abdu’l-Baha, Baha'i Faith

  9. I wish I did this at 19! Or when I got my first job. Learning all these things now feels a little late. But great video! Great content and editing. You are amazing

  10. Wow, nice concise, quick, but thorough plan presentation! Thank you! My minimalism money habit is to be very careful about things I bring into my home. As you said, "Will this add value?" Or Will this add work/need attention I don't have time to give.

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