11 Terrible Money Habits For Your Wallet And  Your Health


We have this impulse to buy stuff even if it’s not within your budget.  As with many things, they are addictive, and they cost a lot of money.

Maybe some of you are not aware that you are already doing these bad money habits that affect your wallet and, eventually, your  overall finances.

Here are the lists of terrible money habits that you need to  quit now.

1. TV & Social Media If you could just reclaim a few hours every week by eliminating the TV and the social, you could reclaim that time to do the things you love.

2. Smoking

3. (Online) Shopping This can make you fall into more credit card debt, generally overspend on things, and lead you to buy something you don’t actually need.

Terrible money habits are not that easy to break. But if you try to quit and eventually change them to good money habits, surely you will save a lot of money and cut those unnecessary expenses.