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Imagine your job is a well.

Updated: Apr 12

Imagine your job is to carry two buckets up a hill to fill them from a well, which represents collecting your money. When you get home, you find that each bucket is only half full because there are holes in them. This is similar to what happens with your money when you don't keep track of it—it slowly disappears, and you're not sure why. The money leaks out on small things like tips, extra snacks, or dining out. These expenses aren't necessarily bad, but it's important to be aware of them. By monitoring your spending, you can see where the holes in your "buckets" are, giving you more control over your finances and the option to fix these leaks if you choose to.

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