Act broke stack notes

Act Broke Stack Notes

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When people ask about money management, those who have a lot of money usually say “save” or “act broke stack notes”

And I’d like to dive deeper into this and what it means to me.

So, to me, acting broke and stacking notes is not the same as being stingy. If someone asks you for money and you have it…bless them as God would bless you.

Acting broke and stacking notes is not going out and having fun. It’s budgeting and compromising. Deciding which events are worth your money and having as much fun as possible.

Acting broke and stacking notes does not mean you need to make others feel bad about spending money. Mind your own finances and remain in your financial lane.

Acting broke and stacking notes means you should not steal from people, rob people, con anyone out of their money, do fraud etc.

I personally believe the act broke stack notes mentality is for those making legitimate money.

Act broke stack notes also means can you buy this item cheaper somewhere else? Must this biscuit be branded or can it be shop value? Will it save you 60p or even a £1 more.

If you think like you’re broke, and act like it, you’ll save a whole lot more money!

Act broke stack notes means, if someone offers to pay, shut up and accept it. Unless their financial situation is dire and you know it, don’t talk. Just let the other person pay. A broke person doesn’t spend money when they don’t have to.

Act broke stack notes means, living within your means at all times. It means budgeting and learning how to stay within budget.

Acting broke and stacking notes is hard, it’s not simple, it requires a lot of restraint. But it’s doable and the rewards…Boy, are they worth it.

Have fun acting broke and stacking notes guys x

Published by AnuMaryBlogs

The purpose of this blog is to journey through the abstract and creative nature of my mind. It serves as a safe space for me to air out my thoughts and ideas, without judgement. Have fun on this adventure... x

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