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Mindful : October 2018
84%TRUE16%FALSEANXIET Y RESENTMENTACOMBINATIONOPTIMISM What’s your top priority with money? • “Paying off student loans.” • “The ability to spend freely and not worry!” • “Living well and not outliving our money.” • “Investing to make my house sustainable.” • “I don’t have money priorities.” What’s the main thing you have saved up for in the past? 32% OF RESPONDENTS SAID "BUYING a home," while 27% saved the most for travel. Paying for their own or their children’s education was top for 22%. Another 15% saved up for things like their wedding, retirement, or studio equipment, and 4% saved for a major gift for a loved one. What’s your attitude around money? For What It's Worth Answers from our reader survey on money How would you rather pay: cash or card? Would you be more content in your job if you made more money? 40% SAY YES, THEY'D BE HAPPIER making more money. For 17%, they'd have to feel they earned it, and 26% say it wouldn't make a difference to them. The last 17% say it's not applicable. What’s the main thing you’re OK with spending a lot of money on? • “Paying off the mortgage.” • “Durable, essential items, such as appliances.” • “I prefer not to spend a lot of money on anything.” • “Continuing education.” • “Healthy, quality food.” • “Self-care.” How do you feel about gift cards as presents? Money can’t buy happiness: For the most part, this is ... 26% CASH 74% CARD 24% 9% 67% MAY BE SUITABLE TOO IM- PERSONAL EASY AND FUN 6 mindful October 2018 the mindful survey