When we have financial stability it contributes to feeling peace in other areas of our life. Financial stability means more money coming in than going out; being able to save money and have little or no debt.
Sometimes it is scary to check the bank account and even scarier to add up the bills. But springtime is for new beginnings so why not start fresh and work your way up to financial stability? Remember that it takes longer to pay a debt than it did to accumulate one, which is why the following steps will require time and patience. A good way to start on the road to financial stability is to accept that addictions such as spending, gambling, and materialism, can cause financial instability. It is recommended that in addition to following the 10 steps in this series, also seek counseling with us or another counseling service near you if you struggle with addiction and/or financial problems. Our Financial Recovery Coach, Mae Bell Pendleton, is nothing short of wonderful.