Mindfulness can help you achieve financial wellbeing by getting you to focus on what is important to you, becoming more aware of your thoughts and feelings around money and spending habits.
If you have experienced negative emotions about your financial situation, such as stress, worry, guilt or shame or you regularly engage in a cycle of impulse shopping followed by regret, then you could benefit from practicing mindfulness.
Acknowledging that some of your spending can be impulsive is an important first step towards financial wellbeing. Mindfulness can help you with setting and achieving your financial goals, particularly if you’ve been finding it hard to meet them.
Here are five tips for being more financially mindful with your money