Consistency is the key to have a remarkable budget
Do you want a remarkable budget? What makes a remarkable budget anyways? Consistency.
Ugg! I remember the days when I hated my budget and would put it off as long as possible until it was a HUGE mess!
Not only did I have to deal with my budget, but there was soo much to catch up on and I was so overwhelmed that I’d end up having having a complete meltdown. After many hours filled with tears and stress, I’d finally get to the point of having everything caught up… only to leave it alone again for several months.
Tell me you’ve had a similar experience and I’m not alone.
When I was able to start keeping closer track of my budget, I found that my budget was a lot more successful and there was a lot less stress!!
I started actually *liking* my budget and was able to really make progress towards my money dreams – I had a remarkable budget for the first time in my life!
The biggest key to a successful budget is consistency. You need to consistently handle your money well month in and month out… when money isn’t an issue and when money is super tight.
Because when you do follow a budget every single month, you will be able to pay off debt, build savings and reach all those money dreams you have… all due to having a remarkable budget!
I definitely want you to be able to do all that and more!
Have you read the other posts in the series, 'Budgeting When Money is Tight'?
- 1. How to budget when you don't make enough money - I show you how you CAN budget when money is super tight!!
- 2. How to make a successful budget for your family once and for all - stop comparing your budget to everyone else's! If your budget is working for your family, then it's successful!
- 3. The real truth on how to make a remarkable budget - my biggest secret is consistency and I show you how it works!
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But…. consistency… this is the hardest part of budgeting! It’s something I have struggled with too, but I have a few tips to help you stick with a budget.