A Financial Reset + Giveaway

Afternoon All,

In Australia – our financial year runs July to June and I LOVE it! This gives me a chance to have a financial reset. It’s an opportunity to reassess my situation and have a ‘fresh’ start for the new financial year.

This year I have decided, I want to treat my personal finances like a business. I found myself wondering if we were to be more aware of our own relationship with money, and choose to ‘own’ it, would we be more successful with our finances?

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Automate Your Finances

Hello All,

It’s Hump Day – hooray! I hope this week has been a productive and accomplished one for you so far.

In this post, I want to discuss the expenses I automate to help regulate cashflow, this was briefly mentioned in my Minimalist Budget post. When it comes to Personal Finances, unfortunately there is no ‘one size fits all’, so this is based on a single income, home owner, living in Australia with no children (I do have furbabies.. if that counts). I would love to hear about the expenses you can automate in your circumstances or country.

This list, I hope, will provide you a chance to think about which expenses you could automate to improve your cashflow. When discussing finances with friends, I’ve found very few concentrate on cashflow – they simply pay the bills as they come (I would be a stressed mess, so kudos to you all!). I’ve also included the expenses that are Direct Debit, to help show how this improves cashflow.

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