Now that I'm older, I have strayed a little from some of that teaching. The results speak for itself. Those who have strayed away from earlier teachings in their life about how to have a fiscally fit lifestyle know what I'm talking about. The last two years I haven't kept a record of one cent, paid my tithes, but I did manage to continue to share. THIS IS SO UNLIKE ME. I noticed that what I learned as a little girl about saving and handling my finances is sort of what keeps a fire going (oxygen, fuel, and heat). The three things that have been keeping my finances going are tithing, saving, and sharing. Just like with a fire, if you take away one of those elements you diminish/extinguish the finances.
This month, I am challenging myself and others to gather what is needed to sustain a healthy financial status. Whatever it is you were taught as a child and strayed away from you realized that works, get back to it. I started the process a couple weeks ago, and I see a tremendous change in my finances.
What are some of the things you were taught in your younger years that works for you now concerning finances? Leave comments below.