5 of the Simplest Reminders for Your Journey Towards Financial Freedom


Making the journey towards financial freedom is never fast or easy. It is big undertaking and one that will be filled with challenges and setbacks. Many times, with this journey towards financial freedom, it is not setting goals or handling the long-term that is so challenging, it is the day-to-day and handling the little moments that can make it so easy to get off track. One of the best things that any person can do as they begin working towards financial freedom, is to give themselves little reminders along the way that can keep them focused, on track and working towards a more successful financial future.

Here are five simple reminders you can leave yourself for your journey towards financial freedom.

1. Your Best Investment is Your Health

The best investment you can make is the investment in yourself. You need to make sure that you are healthy, balanced and as stress-free as possible, if you want to make as much money as possible. Only you can do the work needed to help you earn the money you are looking for and in order to do that you need to be healthy. Invest the time and money needed to get you being your healthiest, it will pay off in the end.

2. Time is Money

Your time in money and there is no other way around it. Leave a reminder about this important fact somewhere near your desk or computer. All of the time you waste poking around the internet, is money that is draining from your pockets. If you want financial independence you need to be doing whatever you can to spend your time in the right way and to earn as much money as possible.

3. You Are Capable

You can do it. It is as simple as that. You need to truly believe in yourself and believe that you are capable of reaching financial freedom. If you do not believe in yourself, then who else will? If you believe you can reach your financial goals you are one step closer to getting there.

4. There is No Limit to What You Can Earn

Do not limit yourself. There should be no limit to what you can earn. Remind yourself of this every single day. If your goal is to make $100,000 this year, once you make that goal, your next immediate thought should be, "Ok, now what can I do to make $200,000."

5. Save, Save, Save

Never forget the importance of savings. You can never save too much or too often. Financial independence requires diligent work and diligent saving. Stay on top of your savings plan no matter how much or how little you are earning, it will be your key to a plush financial future.

Keep these reminders at heart as you work towards becoming more financially independent. Put them up in your office, or leave them somewhere where you know you will see them on a daily basis. The more you can remind yourself of these important tips the better off you will be on your journey towards a more financially sound future.