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Break those feelgood habits

Creating new habits is hard. Our human nature loves to maintain the status quo, and sees small change as energy sapping and frustrating. Plus, when we attempt to build good financial habits, such as cutting back on discretionary spending, we face a fight against the emotional pain of loss that these cutbacks bring.

My emotional side

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