As I mentioned in the previous post, I’m going through my financial documents and doing a little financial “spring” cleaning.Â Granted, it’s the middle of winter, but it’s a great time to get my things in order.
Taking a break for a bit of lunch, I surfed over to Twitter (click to follow yours truly) and noticed that a couple of my fellow pf bloggers are also in the mood to organize and de-clutter.
Hopefully you are already living on a budget… The new year is a great time to sit down with your family and review everything.Â (Emphasis mine)
Mrs. Micah over at Finance for a Freelance Life has an excellent post, filled with spreadsheets and templates for organizing financial documents and information.Â In fact, I just downloaded and printed out a copy of her Financial Life Worksheet, about which Mrs. Micah wrote:
In essence, it is a long document with places for all kinds of financial information on a wide variety of topics.
For those who have ADD or ADHD, check out John’s work over at Adult ADD and Money.Â He’s created a 6 chapter Adult ADD/ADHD Money Guide.Â Even for folks who do not have ADD, this is a smartly-designed guide.
Well, that’s it.Â Time to head back to work.Â I hope you guys take some time over the next few days to do a little “spring” cleaning.Â Once all those files are nice, neat, and organized, you’ll feel super-awesome.Â Rock on!