A budget tells your money where to go instead of wondering where it went.
COAD: Money does not equate success. Money can be a wonderful thing, but without good health, family, friends and gratitude, it is completely worthless.
More money does not automatically mean more savings. It does not matter how much you make, it matters how much you spend. A $200,000 earner can be just as poor as a $20,000 earner.
The purpose of money is not to buy things. It’s there so that we can buy ourselves some freedom, so we can do the things that make us happy.
It is important to balance preparing for the future and enjoy the present as long as you do not spend more than you earn.
When it comes to understanding money, ignorance is not bliss.
Being good with money does not mean you don’t spend it. And not spending it does not make you good with money..