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The road to healthy financial behavior #4: good intentions
With the first month of the year behind us, it's time to take stock of your New Year' resolutions. There is absolutely no need to give up on them already! With these thinking and doing exercises you too can get to work with a sense of purpose and really turn your resolutions for this year into actions.
This family travels all year round! Great, but what would that cost?
Sharon's family is used to flying or sailing around the world almost all year round. How do they finance all those trips? Plus, how do they practically organize it? After all, traveling this far with your children isn't that exhausting?
The road to healthy financial behavior #1: organize your administration
The very first step towards healthy financial behavior is to organize your administration. We will guide you on your way with a step-by-step plan. Combined with the budget overview created by the Cake app, it gives you the tools you need to handle your money consciously.
This family of four only spends 40 euros a week at the supermarket. How about you?
Are you always a bit anxious at the supermarket checkout until the verdict falls? Say what: 200 euros for the whole cart? Help! We discovered a family with two children who spend on average only 40 euros on their weekly shopping trolley. Wow! Thanks to Cake, find out how much you spend.
This family spends almost 700 euros on restaurants every month! How about you?
Halfway the month we sometimes get scared to death when we check our bank account. Uh, where did all that money go? Maybe you did some crazy things in the supermarket or shopped too much online? That's why we find it super interesting if we can take a look at other families' spending. This family spends almost 700 euros on restaurants every month! Is that a lot of takeaway French fries or mostly lobster and champagne?
Caroline only spends 50 euros on clothing in one year. How about you?
Do you have any idea which are the small and large money spends in your family budget? That's why we find it interesting if we can have a look at the spending habits of another family. For instance Caroline, she barely spends a penny on clothes for herself and her daughter. How does she manage to do that?
How to deal with your finances in times of crisis
Many people start to feel the effects of the measures taken by governments all around the world in their fight to the rising spread of Covid-19. Bars, restaurants, shops and companies are temporarily closing down their businesses and putting their employees on temporary unemployment. Many people and families are left wondering if they have the financial means to outlast the economic impact of this health crisis. To help out with that question we’ve set out a few simple steps you can take to find out.