• http://www.thenorwegiangirl.com/ The Norwegian Girl

    Love these updated mantras. And I agree on that money can`t directly buy happiness, but it sure does contribute to it, as it makes life so much easier and less stressful.

  • http://mydebtucation.blogspot.com/ @pfinMario

    I would say that money can’t buy happiness, but a lack of (or mismanagement of) it can sure buy unhappiness.

    Also, the safest way to double your money is *to make sure you first have an emergency fund* and then invest wisely

  • William@BiteTheBullet

    Then there’s “You only live once” — used to justify an splurge. Update, it should be “You only live once,,, perfect reason to make sure your future is taken care of before you get there.”

  • Michael R Lewis

    Good article

  • Jacqueline C.

    William, I love that YOLO re-do!

  • Bradley

    I agree on the Money Mantra’s suggested here. And loved “Money doesn’t buy happiness – but a lack of money doesn’t ensure happiness either. ” I’m of the belief that live as comfortably as you can and this calls for an elaborate detail on creating sufficient money for retirement, achieve financial security ,save emergency funds and live well with the money you have.

  • Abigail Watson

    I also like the Money Mantras here as well. They sure do sound pretty awesome, and very inspiring as well. :) And I agree – “A penny saved is a penny earned”.

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