Happiness & New Year Resolutions: Money

Happiness & New Year Resolutions: Money

The lack of money is the root of all evil. ~ Mark Twain

 

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Hello my friends, so a new year has started and many of us have resolved to make some changes in the coming new year.  We are addressing each of top ten resolutions and hopefully helping you be more successful.  Tonight, we talk about two common resolutions together managing money better and getting a new job.

Money is one topic that always sends my stress levels through the roof, perhaps it’s because I didn’t have a lot growing up, I’m not sure.  I do know that money issues are one of my major triggers.  So many people talk about managing money better and the better you do with this, the happier you will likely be.  So tonight our first piece is a piece about how to manage your finances better, it’s a simple piece but I really like it, Four tips on how to better manage your money

Finding a new job in the new year.  First, do you really want/need a new job.  I think it’s important to carefully figure out why you are unhappy at your current job?  Is there a change you can make in your current position to make you happier?  If there isn’t, then you have to decide is what you need to be at a new company or to be in a new career.  So first a piece on finding a new career, Seven Steps to Breaking in a new Career

Next a piece on finding happiness in your current job, because very often we can’t make a drastic change given the responsibilities in our lives, here is Five Ways to Finding Happiness at Work

Enjoy, hopefully this will give you a starting point on your resolutions and help you have a happier day at work ~ Rev Kane

About revmichaelkane

Reverend Michael Kane is a writer, photographer, educator, speaker, adventurer and a general sampler of life. His most recent book about hiking and happiness is Appalachian Trail Happiness available in soft cover and Kindle on Amazon
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