It seems that many people have an unreasonable hatred of their money.
When you love your possession, you will not give it up or throw it away. You will take care of your possession, be it a pair of boots or a cell phone or any other item.
When it comes to your money, do you think you love your money?
If you do love your money, why do you not keep and treasure your money? Why do you feel the urge to part with it before the end of the month?
This is precisely the way many people did.
The minute they receive their salary, they withdraw cash and spend it.
They do not want to keep the money in the bank account or the wallet for a few days more.
The fact is that they probably use the wallet for a few years, and they throw away the old wallet in tears.
But they cannot keep their money for the same period of time.
Why do people have such unreasonable hatred of something so precious?
They love other possessions more than their hard earned money.
If you are in the same position, learn to love your money a bit more. Keep and treasure your money as long as possible.
Part with it in tears, and only when you have to do so.
Your money is very precious. You have worked so hard for it. Imagine working more than 40 hours every week, and spend it within a day of receiving it. You spend money eagerly instead of painfully.
That is not the right way to love your money.
If you learn to love your money a bit more, you will feel very painful when parting with it, almost as painful as parting with your pet every morning.
The problem with most people is not that they love money. The problem is that they hate money, and they cannot bear to see a stack of cash in their wallets.
Never have such attitude. It is good to keep money, and let it grow into a bigger sum.
Scheng1 is a passionate blogger from Singapore. Rich in every sense reveals my deep desire in enjoying life, and be rich in every possible ways. Personal Finance is about money, from making money to investing money. Retirement in Asia contains resources about retirement planning.