Great article!!! I have made so many of these …

Comment on 11 Money Mistakes That You Can Avoid to Better Manage Your Money by Mustard Seed Money.

Great article!!! I have made so many of these same mistakes over the years. I definitely wish I had paid attention to some of this same advice in order to avoid some of these pitfalls. But I guess that’s why they say you live and learn :)

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