Budgeting is a simple concept that can be difficult in practice. We all know the basics of what a budget is, but most people don’t follow one.
Weekly planning is easy when it’s just you — when you’re the only person you have to worry about. With the blessing of a family, comes the difficulty of creating a schedule that works for everyone.
Investing isn’t something we’re taught in school. In fact, finance in general usually isn’t taught in school. I don’t blame the schools, because most teachers don’t feel qualified to teach such a class. There are plenty of other reasons why finances aren’t taught in schools.
When I first got into non-fiction, I remember reading several self-help books and articles that claimed to add time to your life… literally to every day of your life. How? In a roundabout way, they would tell you to stop watching TV.
Have you ever learned something and thought, “the rest of the world probably knew this for most of their lives, and I was today-years-old when I figured out about it?” We all have. Because there’s a lot to learn. Some big things are going to slip through the cracks.