262: Easier isn’t always better

262: Easier isn’t always better

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Whether you’re basking in the glow of debt freedom, diligently chipping away at your financial burdens, or just need a wake-up call, today’s episode is a teaser of sorts to check up on your expenses and reassess your definition of “living within your means”.

I like to call this “Amy, you need to remedy this previously remedied situation”. It’s also known as “what happens when you backslide from financial attentiveness”.

Listen in for an honest reflection on the pitfalls of plenty, and the subtle dangers of an AOK bank balance that lulls us into complacency. Remember, my pals, easier isn’t always better.

Lifestead updates: (1:36)

Main topic: (7:00)

— Amy Dingmann, 1-8-24


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2 thoughts on “262: Easier isn’t always better”

  • My husband and I, just spent the last 6 days at our “off grid” property. No TV,No internet, just us and our thoughts about our lives. We didn’t spend a dime of money, while there. We packed in what we thought we would need and did without what we didn’t have. Amazing how little you don’t need, when you don’t have voices in your head, telling you, what you co!

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