Shannon’s Shout Outs: Financial Checkup Edition

shannonsshoutoutsWhen was your last financial checkup? It’s great to set a solid financial plan, but it won’t get you as far as it could if you aren’t checking up on it every few months! Situations change, goals change, and new things become available which make it easier to optimize your finances. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to improve your situation even more! Here are a few blog posts that will show what you can do to make sure you’re staying on track.

How “John and Jane” Achieved Financial Peace (Christian PF)
If you’re new to financial planning, then you may need actionable tips and inspiration. That’s just what you’ll get with this story!

Do You Need to Tweak Your Budget? (MoneyNing)
So you’ve set a budget? That’s great! How is it working? Read on to find out if it’s time to tweak your budget.

How to Increase Willpower and Stay on Track Financially (PT Money)
Even the best plans are hard to keep, which is why it’s important to stay motivated! This blogpost will share ways to help you do just that.

How to Avoid Lifestyle Inflation (Modest Money)

As a financial plan moves forward and money frees up in the budget, lifestyle inflation can creep in. Find out how to prevent it.

6 Secrets of Successful Investing for Building Wealth (Good Financial Cents)
Sooner is always better in investing, even if you don’t have much to put aside right away. Find out how to get started here.

The Fear of “Missing Out” (The Simple Dollar)
As time goes on, your budget may leave you feeling deprived and become harder to keep. Read on to find out what to do about it.

Want some more reading? Check out our guest posts from the past week…

Credit.com — 4 Steps to Help You Pay Off Your Student Loans
Credit.com — 5 Ways to Save on Wedding Travel
Military.com — How to Motivate Yourself to Start a Budget

…and some great financial bloggers who’ve recently mentioned us:

Frugal Confessions
Katharine Paljug
Reach Financial Independence
The Dime

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