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I was bent over my desk, studying, when I heard a muffled laugh from my roommate. The shifting glow of her screen lit up her face when I looked over. It was freshman year and we had just moved in, so our friendship was in the early stages: tentative but pleasant.
Have you ever wondered why we humans have “rituals”? What purpose can rituals play in our financial lives? What are some “Money Rituals” we can practice to build wealth? For thousands of years humans have practiced rituals.
I have a problem. Yes, I’ll admit it. If you know me IRL, I’m sure you’ve heard me talk about it as it plagues me frequently. The problem is this: I occasionally panic because I think my kids aren’t doing enough activities. I’ve suffered through the same conversation with myself for years (What?
Survey says!: 2.4 million For them, being wealthy meant: Spending time with family (62%) Having time to myself (55%) Owning a home (49%) Eating out or having meals delivered (41%) Subscription services like movie/TV/music streaming (33%) Owning the latest tech gadgets (27%) Gym membership or personal trainer (17%) Using a home cleaning service (12%) And almost half of those surveyed felt that saving money and investing was the way to achieve their definition of wealth.
The 3 Bucket Emergency Savings System is simple: 3 different buckets of money that are filled one at a time and contain different levels of risk and potential growth. After first bucket fills, the excess flows into the 2 nd bucket. Next, when the 2 nd bucket is filled, the excess flows into the 3 rd bucket.
It’s most evident anytime an article about saving money, building wealth, and the financial independence movement goes mainstream. The reality is that the people with the least financial discipline often feel the most weighed down and restricted by money, while those who are willing to restrict themselves, living on less, usually feel the most free.
What Makes The Money Jukebox Unique
The Money Jukebox is the first and only regular “round-up”or “best of” series of its kind.
It’s curated both for and by the personal finance community, featuring some of the newest, best posts within days (or even hours!) of their publishing.
On Monday through Friday, we bring you The Daily Jukebox, which includes the “Top 5” newest Money Blogs Feed posts from the day(s) before.
Each Saturday, we bring you The Weekly Jukebox, which includes the “Top 5” posts from The Daily Jukebox that week.
Once a month, we bring you The Monthly Jukebox, which includes the “Top 5” posts from the Weekly Jukebox for that month.
The “top” post from The Monthly Jukebox is then inducted into The Money Jukebox Hall Of Fame.
The Money Jukebox is the only series that highlights the best new personal finance blog posts.
You won’t see recycled content here. Just the best, newest content within days of its initial publishing.
The Money Jukebox is also the only series that gives you such an active voice as the reader.
Your clicks on The Money Blogs Feed give us a “Top 10” list each day, which we actively narrow down to a “Top 5.”
Our role in curation helps prevent posts with excessive self-clicking or click-bait titles from dominating The Daily Jukebox (though catchy titles are encouraged!).
Winners of The Daily Jukebox and The Weekly Jukebox, who are featured on The Weekly Jukebox and The Monthly Jukebox, respectively, are chosen solely by your poll votes.
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