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"Simple money questions I ask myself"
Check out this email I got in response to our post on Mr. Wendal the other day. So many great questions to reflect on! Money is a tool, something we need, and has only what value society ascribes to it. Too often, we forget this.

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Simple money questions to ask yourself

Simple money questions to ask yourself
  • Why do I want money? 
  • How much do I need to live a simple, yet comfortable life?
  • Where am I being wasteful
  • Am I helping those less fortunate? 
  • Am I being a good example for my children? Teaching them how to use money wisely? 


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