Tips for Living the Life You Intended to Live – Wanna Smile

When it comes to obstacles, life is just so full of them that it is no surprise that you aren’t quite living the life that you had planned within your head. However, despite how it might seem at the moment, it isn’t too late to get there.

Whether you are swamped by debt, and you dreamt of financial security, or you just simply stamping enough of your own individuality on your life for you to be able to feel comfortable in it. With that in mind, here are some goals that you should be setting as well as some top tips that can help you get to where you need to be.

#1 Sort out your finances

Sorting out your finances sounds like a daunting task, but it is the first step in a long journey that you will be facing. You need to organize your finances first to see where you are. If you have multiple debts to pay, you should be thinking about getting those sorted out first. If the interest rates on some are constantly changing, or you have credit cards and open lines of credit, you might want to consider getting a  with a fixed rate and repayment term.

This means that you would be getting out one loan that is equal to your other loans, so you can pay those off and only have one loan to think about. This helps you track where all of your money is going and can help you make sure that you are making the right decisions about what else you have.

This can be a good way to help organize what you need to and can help you get your bearings a little when it comes to figuring out exactly how much is leaving your account each month. Just be careful of origination fees and longer repayment terms. These factors could end up costing you more money by the time the debt is repaid in full.

#2 Set yourself some goals 

 to where you want to go. This can be very fulfilling and interesting, too. It can be a journey of self-discovery, and you might learn something new about yourself. The best way to set yourself goals is to split your dreams into three categories: what you need to live, what you aspire to achieve, and what you want for yourself overall.

For example, someone might want financial security, own their own successful business, and have a, but someone else might split their goals into having comfort, learning everything that they can, and becoming a better version of themselves.

You then need to take these three major goals and work out how you are going to split them into smaller, more attainable chunks. These little chunks can be things that build over time or can be things you achieve on a weekly basis, like making sure that you eat a little more healthily, or you try to spend your time doing something productive, even if that is just sitting down and resting.

Ellie Morris