Experiencing money problems
Finances are a leading cause of worry for Americans. In fact, almost 76% of us describe money as a cause of stress. Taking control of money matters can be difficult when we’re feeling anxious and overwhelmed, so it’s important to take steps to manage both our financial and emotional health.
Here are some helpful resources for taking control of your finances, managing money problems and coping with financial stress.
Coping with Financial Stress
Worrying about money can dramatically impact your health. Verywell Mind shares some common health impacts of financial stress and ways to cope and feel better.
Improving Money Management
Budgeting, tracking spending, having financial goals—just a few simple things can help you gain control of your finances. Here are 10 tips from The Balance.
How to Manage Money
This video from Whiteboard Finance shares some basic budgeting strategies for healthy money management.
What if we could take all that time spent worrying about financial issues and apply it toward taking actions that can improve the situation? Here are some first steps to exiting that cycle of anxiety and getting on top of your finances.
If worrying about money is interfering with your relationships, getting things done or your overall quality of life, it’s important to manage that stress so you can improve your financial health. These resources are a good place to start.