Let financial wellness be your focus this week and every week.  We claim it; many want it but could be unsure of the various components of financial wellness.  However, it’s a good idea to look at what it means.  But, first, let’s establish the fact that financial problems can affect areas of your life in ways that you may not imagine.  Out-of-control financial behaviors can affect you spiritually, emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially, to name a few areas.

Alike, being in control of your day-to-day and month-to-month personal finances is a component of financial wellness.  You’re less anxious about where you stand when you’re in control; you can be more focused on your spirituality and more emotionally stable.  In my experience, some have become depressed to the point of suicide due to financial instability.  Others become withdrawn, socially isolating themselves from friends, family, and communities in fear of condemnation.

So, meeting your current and future financial obligations can ease the weight and discomfort that stems from not being in the driver’s seat of your life.  Being financially well enables you to not only dream of a particular lifestyle but adequately plan for it and live it.  Take a moment right now to learn more about your financial wellness by clicking here for a free financial assessment: https://livemylifedebtfree.com/financial-assessment/

Christine Roebuck, Financial Strategist