A lot of people may dismiss personal finance completely. A lot of people do not spend their money wisely. Further,ore, their spending habits can be described as impulsive life decisions. There are people who purchase things they think they need then when they take the item home, they even forget that they bought it and it remains unused for months. There are people who buy everything they think looks good, some buying clothing because it’s trendy, some people buying too much of something—more than what they really need. However, your expenses must always be well thought of. Some people’s excuse is that they will earn the money they spent in no time. However, that does not justify making bad purchasing decisions.
Personal finance is about budget allocation. It is about spending your money wisely. Do not spend money on things you don’t need. When you want to buy something, think it through if after a month, your purchase would still make you happy and if you would still find it useful. If you hesitated, do not buy it. Aside from that, always save money. You never know when you will need extra cash so you must have some amount saved up. For example, these days, there is quarantine all over the world and for a lot of companies, work has also stopped. If you have not yet received your compensation and you don’t have savings, where will you get cash to spend for your food and other needs? Another example is health. We never know when we might get sick and would need to pay for hospital fees. You never know when your car might break down and you would have to pay for its maintenance and repairs. You never know when your favorite band will announce its concert, and if you don’t have savings, you might just miss the chance to see them.
The point here is that personal finance is about smart handling of money and other financial resources in which we make the most of what we have.