It’s Not Having What I Want…

Lessons Learned From Being A Financially Irresponsible Twentysomething, or, Things I Wish I’d Done Differently

What I’ve Learned, And What I Wish I Had Done Differently

Work, work, work.

Save, save, SAVE!

Your first apartment is more than good enough. Want what you have.

“It’s not having what you want. It’s wanting what you’ve got.” — Sheryl Crow, “Soak Up the Sun”

Learn as much as you can — about savings and retirement accounts, about the stock market, about how to create a financially stable future.

Once you’re legally an adult financially supporting yourself, take your parents off your bank account.

Be more open about your finances with your kids if they ask.

It’s still okay to spend on yourself every now and then.

I like to write things that make people uncomfortable.

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