10 Reasons Being Born Into Poverty Has Been Amazing for My Finances

My mother once told me her father, one of twelve children born to a Welsh miner, was so poor growing up in the early 19th century that even a loaf of bread was a luxury.

Even in these economic doldrums, some members of society thrive on hardship for the same reasons — they all grew up with less than nothing.

What Goes Up Usually Stays There

Being aware of this will help you, notwithstanding the occasional distracting spike in value.

Value Every Pound or Dollar

Making money is more challenging than spending it; each pound you earn is a luxury, and you should make a benefit analysis for the money you spend — if anything, out of respect.

You Can Have Nice Things in Moderation

Just because you aren’t poor now, don’t change how your mindset was when you were.

Diversify Your Revenue

Nothing is guaranteed in life — especially your next paycheck. Victor believes that relying on one sole income stream can be dangerous.

Credit Where It’s Due

Ensure you pay cards off at the end of each month after making the most of their rewards or cashback features.

Zero Finance For The Win

Spending credit card companies’ money is a fringe benefit here.

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