We've all experienced the resignation of giving up on our new year's resolutions a few weeks or, if you're more disciplined than the rest of us, a few months after the start of the year. The tough thing about keeping financial resolutions is that it takes a lot of patience to see the desired results. Whereas exercising and eating well can give you encouraging results within a week or two that keeps you going, paying off debt or saving more takes months to accomplish and you don't receive any "tangible" rewards or sense of gratification.
I recently spoke with Teri Cettina from creditcards.com to explore a few ideas for those who may have gotten offtrack from their new year's financial resolutions.
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