Monday, January 11, 2016


"For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also." Luke 12:34, Matt. 6:21
The Problem with money, is that it's objective. You only have so much to work with. You can only earn a certain amount. You have to spend it. Everything you do with money is a hard reality. That's why it is a perfect way to help you do define what your true values are. This next list of questions are all based on Personal Spending. The spending that benefits you directly, and no one else. Use these questions to fuel the conversation, and lets set where you end up.

Copy and paste the questions, and answer in the comments or on social media.

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Q) What are the last 3 purchases you made? (that you remember)
A1)
A2)
A3)

Q) The Last meal you paid for?
A)

Q) Do you buy a lunch or Bring a lunch to work/school?
A)

Q) How many days this week did you eat fast food?
A)

Q)How many days in a month do you eat out for Dinner?
A)

Q) Do you Smoke?
A)

Q) Do you Drink?
A)

Q) How much did you spend on these vices in the last 3 purchases?
A1)
A2)
A3)

Q) Do you have any other vices and how much do you spend on them in a week?
A)

Q) Do you spend money on hobbies?
A)

Q) Do you spend money on supplies for your hobbies?
A)

Q) Do you subscribe to any Magazines, Netflix, Gamefly, etc? If so, how many?
A)

Q) When was the last time you went out on the town?
A)

Q) Are you a part of any teams or Leagues?
A)

Q) Do you take classes at a private school of institution of higher learning?
A)

Q) Do you take any lessons? (ex. Dancing, Yoga, Piano, Speech)
A)

Q) Do you attend a Gym?
A)

Q) Do you pay fees to a social club or fraternity?
A)

Q) Do you frequent and social establishments? (Ex. Coffeehouses, Bars, Nightclubs)
A)

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These are just a few examples of personal spending. What did you think of this list? Did you learn anything about yourself or your own personal spending? What items or areas would you like to see added to the list?

Leave some comments in the section below, and keep the conversation going.


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