7 thoughts on “Gettin’ Guesty with Meghan Cave

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

  1. Katie

    I feel ya, girl! Shopping is oh-so-much fun, and I do miss it, especially when the weather gets so nice! But in general, I've found that the longer I am on my little version of Anna's spending diet, the easier it gets to not spend money, and the more guilty I feel when I do spend money. I made a long-term goal for myself, that me and my fiance will buy a house in two or three years, so I just tell myself I am saving for that, and it (mostly) makes not buying the little things worth it. Keep up the good work! :)

    Reply
  2. Jennifer Spencer

    This is fantastic! This is pretty much my life. I spend money on food a lot as well as trips I can't afford. My problem is exactly the same as yours, Meghan, I have too many bills. I also have a good job but my money is always gone, I'm always broke! Thank you for this post, it's very inspiring!

    Reply
  3. highheeledtraders

    great post! I love that you started with what someone told you about your belief about money — which doesn't sound right but your actions tell the truth. I came across a great reference that opened my eyes about money or what we believe about it. It's called Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Ekel, I hope you and readers get to read about it. It made me discover what I believe about money that's stopping me from actually receiving or keeping more. So I can fix the leak as you put it so well. Thank you again for sharing and wish you well in your journey!

    Reply
  4. Nicole

    When the going gets tough the tough get going! Good for you for being resourceful and finding a way to cut back. It's hard to fall into the spending trap. So been there. We look around and think everyone has it all. That is truly not the reality of it. Keep up with the good work!

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.