Commit to Fifteen Minutes of Financial Literacy a Day to Get Your Finances in Order

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By Kristin Wong
If you’re trying to get your finances straight and you’re completely intimidated with the work ahead, take it one step at a time. Commit to just fifteen minutes of financial literacy a day.
It doesn’t seem like much, but making a daily habit of learning about money gets you more comfortable with the topic. Not only do you learn a little bit about personal finance over time, but the habit also keeps your money goals front of mind. Personal finance site Freedom Is Groovy explains:
Personal finance isn’t rocket science. But there’s a lot to learn. And the best way to master personal finance is to study it every day. So every day, do one of two things. Read one personal finance blog, or read a few pages from a personal finance book. That’s it. Give yourself 15 minutes. If you can do more, great.
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