You’re either rich, or you’re stressed about money. We don’t think there is any in between, but if there is, we want to know about it! So, when money is absolutely everything, you can’t really do much without it, how do you go about taking the stress away from your financial situation? Well, it’s easy… in a way. It’s important to remember that in life there is always going to be setbacks, and little bumps in the road that might cause a bit of stress along the way. But as long as you’re focusing on maintenance and preservation, the stress should slowly melt away. Here’s how you can do it.

Take The Stress Away From Your Finances

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Maintenance is the first step, and if you can’t maintain you can’t preserve. So, to maintain you need to stay on top of your money as it’s coming in, and actually being a tad careful of what you do with it as the weeks go onto the next payday. If, like the most of us, you’re someone who is left with next to nothing by the time they get to the second week of the month, then some changes need to be made. For one, it runs you the risk of needing to use a credit card, or just living a quiet life because you know you’ve got nothing left. So, one tool we really recommend you use is the Paystub generator. This works by allowing you to input all of your data, from whatever company you may work for. You can then put the info in each month of how much you’ve earnt, how much overtime you might have done etc. What this can help you with is managing your taxes, helping you to get loans or credit cards, or just allowing you to have a way to electronically track your wages that might be easier than your usual payslip. From there, you can then focus on managing your bills, daily living expenses, and calculate what you should have left over at the end of every month. The reason you might feel as though you’ve got no money left is because you’re splashing it all on luxuries within the first few weeks, and that’s the last thing you want to do. Spread it out and the stress should go!


Preservation is key. If you’re going to get to the point where you can actually maintain your money, then next comes doing something actually good with it. So, the basic essential of preservation is savings. Hopefully, when you first had a full time job you should have opened up a savings account, and hopefully you will have been drip feeding  money into it each month. No? Well then, this is your first step. Get a savings account that is fixed with its interest rate, and one that restricts the amount of times that you can withdraw money. Then, when you get really good at this money game, you can look at ways to invest your money to make a profit. It doesn’t have to be big investments, all it has to be is somewhere where you can make quick money!

Greg Kononenko
Greg Kononenko

My name is Greg Kononenko and I am a full-time online blogger and owner of Dad's Hustle. I'm a dad, and my passion is to help other mums and dads to start their own "hustle" and improve the financial future of their families.

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