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Mindful : December 2018
The Path to Prosperity The true litmus test of a budget—what I like to call your “money map”—is whether it’s leading you toward a happy life. And you’re the only one qualified to define what a happy life looks like for you—and what steps you’re willing to take toward it. For some people, this may mean earning more money, spending less, or aggressively paying down debt. For others, it might actually mean working a little less, so they can enjoy time with family or recoup from a health crisis. Money mapping is about discerning what’s important to you in life (knowing there are rhythms and cycles to this), and then reverse-engineering a lifestyle that supports your version of happiness. → Ready to bring your current finances into harmony with your bigger life goals? Money mapping offers a mindful way forward. By Bari Tessler Illustrations by Asia Pietrzyk December 2018 mindful 39 get real