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To us all living in the moment and enjoying life seems to be our primary focus, and with good reason. No one should morbidly reflect on the ‘what if’s’ , conjur up disasters that may never happen or worry constantly that something awful will befall us or our family. But like everything in life, balance
We are all different when it comes to money, we ask ourselves how can we be better with our finances, how can we afford to live the way we want to but save a little too? we worry at times, should we be investing in the future or is it something to think about later