It’s one of those “Who ever needs to hear this…” meme thrends…
You need to look at your over all finances. How much you are making, what your expenses are, and your expenses viable, as in do you need those new pairs of Jordans or that Gucci Belt? I would tell you to SAVE as much as you can, cut down on your expenses as much as you can but, also have an entertainment quota just to enjoy life a little.
Don’t be scared to invest in yourself. Investing in yourself will have a higher return in the future. For example, go and get education on analytics, or any programming language! Follow trends! Almost anything can be learned from the free resources available over the internet and YouTube.
Have a good investment and retirement plan! Start young ladies and gentlemen! Open up a open up a TSFA (for all the Canadians) Questrades, Wealthsimple, and Accord for all the people in the states and invest! Invest your money in a medium level risk portfolio and also a high risk portofolio – if you are in your 20’s or 30’s you’ve got time! Make those money moves! Everything is simple these days… a Google search and you will know which stocks to buy. Build your portfolio it will grow in compounds.
Keep your day job but, focus on getting passive income! You can do dropshipping, teaching, freelance work, blogging, etc. There are way too many ways you can earn extra money!
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