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Microsteps for financial health and well-being
Microstep
Each week, put just $10 aside to save for something that is meaningful to you.

Give yourself the chance to spend your money on a purchase that brings you happiness in the short term. It’s a valuable opportunity to practice mindful, values-driven spending, which is key for your mental well-being.

Microstep
If you haven't had a financial check-in with your partner since the coronavirus crisis hit, make a date for one.

Discuss your goals and questions over a meal, or during a walk outside to get some fresh air (if you're able). Aligning on your finances is a key way to reduce stress and stay close during this time.

Microstep
Anytime you’re about to add something to your online order, pause to ask yourself if you really need it.

Anxiety during a pandemic can lead to impulsive shopping, but checking in with yourself ensures more mindful spending.

Microstep
Each week, put just $10 aside to save for something that is meaningful to you.

Give yourself the chance to spend your money on a purchase that brings you happiness in the short term. It’s a valuable opportunity to practice mindful, values-driven spending, which is key for your mental well-being.

Microstep
If you haven't had a financial check-in with your partner since the coronavirus crisis hit, make a date for one.

Discuss your goals and questions over a meal, or during a walk outside to get some fresh air (if you're able). Aligning on your finances is a key way to reduce stress and stay close during this time.

Microstep
Anytime you’re about to add something to your online order, pause to ask yourself if you really need it.

Anxiety during a pandemic can lead to impulsive shopping, but checking in with yourself ensures more mindful spending.

Microstep
Take a few minutes to audit your monthly expenses and think about where you can cut back.

Whether that’s cancelling a membership or switching to a less
expensive cell phone plan for a few months, any funds you redirect to savings or an
emergency fund can bring you peace of mind during tough economic times.

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