Get Financially Fit! | Mindful Money

Posted: March 22, 2016

Being mindful with your money can help you to reduce stress, focus your efforts and save money. Zina Kumok, a freelance writer specializing in personal finance shares with us How To Be Mindful With Your Money via Mint's blog, MintLife.
Cultivating mindfulness is all the rage right now – and for good reason. Learning to be more aware of your thoughts and actions is a crucial step towards a healthier, happier and more focused mindset.
But the topic is usually discussed in terms of spirituality and emotional awareness, ignoring the more practical applications it can provide. Developing mindfulness in your everyday activities is just as important, and nowhere is that more apparent than with money. Financial mindfulness will lower your anxiety, focus your approach and save you money.
So how can someone develop that mindfulness? Read on for tips on how to make your mind and money one.
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Zina Kumok is a freelance writer specializing in personal finance. A former reporter, she has covered murder trials, the Final Four and everything in between. She has been featured in Lifehacker, DailyWorth and Time. Read about how she paid off $28,000 worth of student loans in three years at Debt Free After Three.

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