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Financial Literacy Month blog

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Losing weight and gaining financial wellness

Posted by Kim McGrigg on 4/18/2008

There are a lot of similarities between the efforts to lose weight and improve your financial situation. Both efforts take discipline, time, and are well worth the work.
The main difference between the two is that when you monitor your spending, you are keep track of what you have put out; when you monitor your eating, you keep track of what you put in. I might as well try to “come out even” by putting less in my mouth and more in my wallet. Do you have a weight loss tip that might translate well into a financial tip? If so, please share it!

Here’s mine: Drink a full glass of water before grocery shopping to help you stick to your list and your budget.

Tips submitted may be used to fuel financial tip widgets and gadgets, which may be downloaded to desktops and social networking profiles around the world. Tips may also be used in an upcoming eBook designed to assist consumers in reaching their personal financial goals.
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