Today’s guest post comes from Amy Nickson. Amy is a web enthusiast and loves sharing her expertise through her crisp and well-researched articles, based on money management, saving, and debt reduction. You can follow her blog Working Moms Word where she shares her expertise on personal finance field.
Your emotions may influence your financial decisions. How?
Whether you’re happy, sad, angry, or scared, emotions have the power to affect your life decisions (here, I mean your financial decisions). Everyone wants to handle their finances smartly, but emotional spending is the Dickens that can derail your budget easily.