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Category: Financial Health Tips

You Can Save Money and Help the Environment this Earth Day

GreenPath Financial Wellness is passionate about remixing the American Dream so it works for everyone. This starts by shifting one's mindset about money and being more aware of spending and saving habits. This Earth Day, we want you to challenge yourself to make a few small changes that are good for the environment and...

It’s Never to Early too Make a Financial Plan for Your Future

For Financial Literacy Month, The Council for Economic Education (CEE) asked elementary, middle and high school students to explain how economics and personal finance can make a difference in their lives. Here’s what they had to say! Watch this video below from the Council For Economic Education. GreenPath is Here...

Love, Money and You! 3 Steps to Practicing Financial Self-Care this Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is here, and love is in the air!  As you celebrate the love you share with that special someone in your life, be sure to also set aside some time to tend to another very important relationship —your relationship with yourself. Otherwise known as self-care, a commitment to your personal needs can...

Day 15: Your Environment Matters

Have you ever started the day, determined to crank out some serious work, only to find yourself scrolling through social media two hours later?  Ben Hardy, author of Willpower Doesn’t Work says: “You are who you are because of your environment.  Want to change? Then change your environment.” Your goal is to change...

Day 7: Stop Swiping

Credit cards make it easy to swipe and go about our day. We swipe effortlessly, without realizing that we will have to pay off the charges later. Today, I want you to try to stop swiping. We save our credit card information in all of our favorite apps so we can quickly hit purchase. We use Venmo and Apple-pay and...

Day 2: Take The Highlighter Test

No Spend November Day 2 Financial tip: highlight where your money is going Remember, this is not about judgement, this is not about feeling bad, it's about taking control of your financial situation . It's time to sit down and highlight your expenses! Step 1: Print your checking account statement and/or credit card statements. Step...

Day 1: My Why – A $161,000 Mistake

Whether it's funding your next vacation or paying off your student loans, pinpoint a money goal that motivates you to save and cut down on spending. Visualize what your life will look like when you accomplish that goal. What is motivating you to take action over the next 30 days? It might be that you know better but...

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