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If you really want to save more and enjoy your life, you have to STOP BUDGETING!
Why isn’t budgeting working?
Let me explain: The more you budget, the less money you’ll have in your future. It may seem counterintuitive, but all of that restrictive thinking you’re applying to your money is what’s actually keeping you from growing your wealth and gaining freedom from it. Just like a diet, the more you restrict, the more you’ll end up binging. Most people create budgets in order to control their spending impulses in hopes of creating more savings. But if you really want to save more and enjoy your life, you have to Stop Budgeting!
Instead of denying yourself the joy of being a free adult, Lisa Chastain will teach you how to make room for fun, funds, and future by splitting up your money and prioritizing healthy spending — all while building up your savings. When you break your finances down and dedicate money to necessities, savings, and fun spending, you’ll never have to go through the restrict-binge cycle again, and you will gain a better grasp and new-found confidence when it comes to managing the money you work so hard for.
No matter where you are now, or where you want to be, the Stop Budgeting system will allow you to have peace of mind knowing your savings are growing and your bills are paid, all while having the room to spend guilt-free and enjoy your life while you build up your wealth.
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