Staying On Track Can Be Hard To Do

Dealing with your finances in a responsible manner is a lifelong
journey.  You don't get to quit paying attention just because you've
got things under control; if you do that, you will soon find that
you're back in trouble again.

That's why I like this article by NCN at No Credit Needed:  How to Stay on Track
He acknowledges up front that this isn't always fun but that it is
necessary, then breaks down the steps and discussed the ways that you
might be deviating from your plans.  Even people like me, who think
about personal finance all day, need to be reminded to remain focused. 
(Ok, so I think about personal finance and html all day long.)  It is so easy to get distracted!

This article is a good way to renew your enthusiasm.

About the Author

Kate Horrell
Kate Horrell is a military financial coach, mom of four teens, and Navy spouse. She has a background in taxes and mortgage banking, and a trove of experience helping other military families with their money. Follow her on twitter @realKateHorrell.
  • bigmom

    I recommend Dave Ramsey’s “Financial Peace University” class. It is a step by step seminar to teach you to get control over your money and not let it control you. Also, he teaches you how to invest for emergencies, savings and retirement. He has several books on the market. I picked mine up on Ebay for a really good price, though they are not high priced on his site.