5 SMART MONEY HABITS TO DEVELOP IN YOUR 20s !

This topic was inspired by Arese Ugwu's book, "The Smart Money Woman". I have money habits  that I want to share with you that will help you make better financial decisions and make your life a whole lot better.
This is not restricted to women or those in their twenties, you can start where you are. What's one smart money habit you have?

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15 comments

  1. You don't know how much I hate debt in this my life!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It irks every fiber of my being. Living here in the US though, you can't really get away from it and I'm having a hard time dealing with the new shift.

    I'll get Arese's book one of these days.

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  2. I liked that you kept this very serious topic SIMPLE and SHORT!!!Just to add based on your last point, we should learn CONTENTMENT!!! with it, you can almost not go wrong with MONEY!!

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  3. hey Sisi, thank God i have able to get out of debt through my mothers advice. i have paid all of my debt and now am enjoying my money. but i still want to know how to save well. will buy Areses book soon .

    thanks Boo.

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  4. No time to be wasting money on frivolities again oo, with this buhari economy. Personally I dont support borrowing, cus paying back is another thing.Thanks sisi for the tips #sisiyemmieblogaddict#

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  5. This was so concise and necessary. There are certain debts that may appear necessary, things like mortgage and university fees, but trying to avoid them is certainly possible. I really ought to purchase Arese's book sometime soon.

    Lose weight or get lost

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  6. I'm so with you on this Sisi... Contentment is the key. One literally can't go wrong with it. Thanks for sharing...

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  7. This advice is spot on. Well said, Sisi Yemmie.
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  8. Live within your means! I totally agree and I would stress that it is much better to live BELOW your means. Just because you can afford it doesn't mean you should get it. There is nothing like being totally debt-free and having some savings in the bank. Being in debt is like having a yoke around your neck. Thanks for sharing, Sisi!
    Congrats on 30,000 subscribers!!! I am shooting for my first 1000 subscribers. You inspire me. God bless.

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  9. Thanks Sisi for this.

    After paying my tight I also at least 20% of whatbi earn, that is from salary , business and other free money I get. I also have a piggy bank for saving free change I find in my wallet that could have been spent on frivolous things. I name my piggy bank so when its full i use the money in it to buy what it was named for

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  10. Cut your coat according to your material,not even your size this time around.It is easy to avoid debts here in Nigeria,just live base on your income if not lesser sef so you can save more.Saving is my hobby,since I don't have a business to purge the money into ,let me just keep saving it.

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  11. Thanks so much for this. A lot of people are not fully aware of their relationship with money so this is very helpful.

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  12. Wow Sisi thanks for sharing, I don't like to borrow, I owe only my patents and I feel guilty when they say don't pay back, I dash you. I really must get Arese's book. Happy birthday Sisi, God blessings on you always

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  13. pls what kind of hair are you wearing? pls let me know where to get it.

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  14. what a great talk....
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