This post is from our regular contributor, Kristi.
Most people realize the benefits of meticulously planned budgets.
Budgets allow you to recognize week spots in your finances, secure your money, eliminate wasteful spending, and encourage growth through investing.
As simple as they are, budgets are powerful tools that anyone can use to help get ahead financially.
We’ve all heard the old adage, time is money. If time is money, then shouldn’t your time be budgeted just as meticulously as your money? Especially when juggling part-time jobs or kids, time becomes a precious commodity.
If there never seem to be enough hours in your day to accomplish everything on your to-do list, then you might want to consider creating a budgeted time schedule for yourself. Analyze your day the same way that you would analyze your finances. You might find that you are able to edit out some activities to create a more efficient schedule.
Do you think you budget your time effectively? Here are some questions to ask yourself when analyzing your schedule.