What is it about beginning a new year that always makes us want to become a better person?
Work out more. Start a budget. De-clutter the house. Improve relationships.
Starting a budget (or getting back into the swing of budgeting after a long time away) can be intimidating and overwhelming.
Where do I start?
How do I start?
Do I catch up on the huge pile of receipts or do I start figuring out how much I can save? And then the stress starts to become overwhelming.
However, before you get too overwhelmed, I have come up with 3 tips that will help the process go much smoother and set your budget up for success.
If you are wondering how to best start (or restart) your successful budget, then read my post on 3 Things to Do Before Making a Budget for Next Year.
Is making a budget on your resolution list? Feel free to leave me a comment to share successful budgeting tips or ways you struggle with budgeting.
Read the post here-> 3 Things to Do Before Making a Budget for Next Year.
Hi! I’m Charissa. I’m on a mission to help hardworking women overcome money struggles and gain financial peace with a Biblical perspective so they can have the freedom to impact their families and communities. Ready to make some changes that will impact your finances in 2020? Click here to get a free worksheet to help you make it happen!