Are you ready to overhaul your spending patterns, start funneling more money into your bank account and buy better (and safer) products in 2014? If so, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up our favorite money stories to give you the bite-size nuggets you need to get your financial resolutions in place. Here are 25 ways to improve your finances in the new year:
1. Start feeling good about money.
If you have a “money shame,” or something that embarrasses you or makes you feel badly about how you’ve handled money in the past, then make this the year to move on. Financial therapist Bari Tessler Linde says many people have trouble thriving in their current financial lives because they’re still dwelling on past mistakes. “Most people need to understand their money story first,” she says, which includes assessing strengths along with relationships to spending, earning and giving.
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