Wednesday, October 3, 2018
One of the best things to keep on financial track is to make sure to force yourself to check your bank account and create a list and spreadsheet to track expenses. You need to make sure to monitor your expenses and track things in a few different increments of time. Daily, Monthly, Yearly, Decade goals. A lot can happen in a span of years and even a slight deviate in the path can greatly affect the outcome of your financial trajectory. So it’s a good idea to keep a list and keep updating it. I found that timeanddate.com is excellent for keeping track of things you want to accomplish. What I like to do is print 3 to 4 months worth to track things that I need to do and mark down what I want to do rather than having a desk calendar at work.
It’s a good idea also to declutter around the office to keep your finances secure and get rid of old receipts and then in that aspect your mind is clean and fresh and ready to go.
Make backups. Declutter your desktop on PC also.