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Don't Rush Anything

Published on 12/23/2018
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At some point, do you say to yourself a statement like this: "I want something different, but I know that I can not afford it at this time right now." You could be living in the same place for a long time, driving the same car or truck for a long time, or have the same furniture or home appliances for a long time. You yourself know that you want to make changes, but you are not ready to do so yet. You are okay with things being the way it is, but your spouse does not agree with your way of thinking. You look at it this way:

 

a) You have a place to live (a roof over your head)

b) The car or truck that you have still runs good and it's paid for

c) The furniture still looks nice and the home appliances still work for the time being

Even after this way of thinking, your spouse wants more, but you do not want to do anything as of yet. You and your spouse could get into a disagreement because he or she wants better. After you both have a disagreement, you both decide to upgrade your assets without going over how much you can afford. This is called rushing into things that you did not plan for. Rushing can ruin a budget, and cause debt problems that did not have to be there from the start. 

A good thing to do is deal with what you have, and wait until you are ready to upgrade your assets (Just make sure that what you have is in good working order for the time being).

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