I want savings so badly. I want enough savings so that I can start thinking about investing again.
Why the collective blasé attitude toward change? My guess is because most of us have never seen it add up.
A 25-year-old male who works in digital media writes to Fusion and asks the following question: “How do you balance between savings and quality of life/personal development?”
Last month, Jonnelle Marte talked about money in our 30s. Now she does it for the 40-somethings.
I have $2,169.44 in my savings account. This is the equivalent of a month-and-a-half emergency fund.
I haven’t paid for a haircut in 15 years. I started cutting my own hair when I graduated high school and haven’t looked back since.
It looks like I was bad at math this month. More accurately, I was probably bad at typing. It looks like there was a data entry error that I missed, because Taxes ended up with $100 more than Debt.