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"I've been rich and I've been poor. Believe me, honey, rich is better” -Sophie Tucker
Statistics show that a majority of women to do not start to think about their personal finances and investing until their late forties after the death of a partner.
It is time for women to get a financial life. It does not matter what financial situation you are in at the moment, stop telling yourself you will think about your finances later. If you are single, the man of your dreams may not come along on a white horse holding a big fat wallet. If you are married, do you know where the money is going?
The way that you perceive money is how you were taught to see money in your life. Spend time thinking about what money means to you. What are your habits? Think of the good habits and the bad habits. Be honest with yourself. There are more resources than ever before on getting a financial life. Start to take advantage of the resources, turn your ching-ching into bling-bling.
Intention: I will take an honest look at my finances. I will make changes to make my money work for me and not just work for my money.
Yolanda Shoshana, "The Woman Booster", is a life strategist for women and artist. She founded The Lily-Rose Company (www.yolandashoshana.com) a life strategist communications company to advocate, educate, inspire, and motivate women. Yolanda Shoshana is an expert in women's issues and her passion is to elevate women to their highest potential. To get b-weekly Quick Bites ezine send an email to email@example.com