Tightwad Tuesday: No Guilt Giving

A ‘tightwad’ is someone who holds onto their money. They make conscious choices on how to spend, invest, and give money away.  It’s a compliment when you are called a tightwad.

Do you ever feel guilty when you don’t give cash directly to someone in need?  Is giving money to someone the best idea?  I wonder.

In this episode, I share some ways to help those in need — and double your gift — so you don’t feel guilty!  Instead help others and feel great.

Listen and share if you agree.

Resources:

Catholic Charities for the poor and needy:

https://catholiccharitiesusa.org/

In Salt Lake City, The Road Home:

https://www.theroadhome.org/

Money Can Buy Happiness: Here’s How To Spend It

Imagine you were given a check for $20,000 with these instructions:
Spend this on yourself within the next 18 months after answering three questions.

  1. What would make you the happiest?
  2. What do you love to do but haven’t done lately (or in many years)?
  3. What would make you feel incredibly peaceful and blessed?

Then use these funds to take care of yourself.

Wouldn’t that be incredible?

You might be thinking, “That Nancy is mean! No one is going to give me 20 Grand.”

Hold on a sec. Just dreaming about a gift like this is surprisingly valuable. Besides, this just happened to my best friend Dianne — so it is possible.

Let me explain.

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