Your Financial Life: Don’t Get Comfortable

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Change can be a scary thing. That’s why we’re often drawn to things that are familiar and stick with them without a second thought. And while our desire to feel snug, secure and relaxed may have us seeking out a bowl of comfort food, a great glass of wine and a comfy chair, it’s the same emotion that keeps us in bed in the morning when we really meant to work out.

The same applies to your finances. When it comes to your money, sticking to the status quo can really eat into your financial goals. So ask yourself, are you cheating yourself of a secure future in favour of feeling comfortable today? I provide a few clues in my new article on

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  1. I completely agree with you. I’m currently at a job that’s make me feel secure, but I can’t help but feel that there is more out there for me! Great post.