Why I stopped buying Starbucks (and you should, too)
I stopped buying Starbucks. Not because I don’t like a nice, hot cup of coffee on the way to work in the morning. Not because I am no longer a hopeless caffeine addict. Not because I think my homemade brew is just as good (let’s be honest, it’s not). I quit because I want to save money. I quit, and you should, too!
Are you a “saver” or a “spender”?
I’ve gone through life with the idea that people are “savers” or “spenders”. The interesting thing is that within a family, some members are savers and others are spenders. My husband and I often talk about this. How can two kids who are raised in the same household have such different views on money? As much as we would all like to think we can flip the switch and become savers, scientists have actually found that we are actually genetically predisposed to be savers or spenders.
Don’t think of this product or service as your third favorite, think of it as the bronze medalist in an Olympic medals sweep of great products/services.
Can you help me Learn 2 Save Money?
Yes. Anyone can learn to save money, but often they feel like the effort just isn’t worth the reward. However, there are lots of simple things that you can do to save money, which will allow you to live a fuller, more rewarding life.
If you didn’t have to worry and struggle from one paycheck to the next, imagine how you could better use your time and talents. Most people are never taught financial literacy in school, so it’s no wonder that we are so in debt and spend so much time trying to balance our wants versus our needs and always falling further and further behind.
Stick with us and we’ll help you find solutions and start to live the financial life that you deserve!
This is should be a prospective customer’s number one call to action, e.g., requesting a quote or perusing your product catalog.