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5 ways to Take Hold of Manic Monday & Your Money

by on June 4, 2012

By Samantha Savory
Some Monday’s you may just be in a funk and not ready to conquer the day. Use these 5 helpful tips to help you take hold of this manic Monday!
1. Drink herbal tea – Whether you need caffeine or just a taste booster, try some black tea (for caffeine) or green tea to get you going on Monday’s.  Homemade hot green tea is not also a great way to start you day but it is less expensive and won’t have as much of an impact on your budget and also increases the rate at which fat is burned in your body.

2.  Review your budget in PowerWallet – With a new week ahead of you calls for a recap on all your bills and finances! See how well you stuck to your budget over the last week and see where you can cut spending this week with PowerWallet.  Also, get a full real-time picture of where you stand financially from PowerWallet’s easy-to-read dashboard.

3.  Meditate – Help stay focused at work, school, and everything else going on in your life by taking a few minutes to clear your thoughts, pray and remember what is important in your life.  This will help you achieve the goals you have set forth for yourself – both financial and other goals.

4. Exercise – If you still feel in a route by the time the afternoon comes, fit some exercise time into your afternoon schedule! It will help energize you, create endorphins which will put you in a better mood and will help prevent long-term expensive health risks.

5.  Set new weekly spending limits – After reviewing your purchases from the last week, take five minutes to find where you can cut spending without cutting the quality of your life and set new spending limit alerts in your PowerWallet.  Saving a little extra cash here and there can be the difference between paying off credit card debt or getting into MORE debt!

Have you signed up for PowerWallet yet? If not, what are you waiting for! Start taking power over your finances for free and visit www.powerwallet.com today!

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