Why Women Need A Plan B?
Where would you be right now if money and time were no object? Could you see yourself on that dream vacation?
We need to let our imaginations work for us which is difficult as our minds just won't go there. How many times do we dream of that special vacation? We become excited but then it just doesn't happen.
You may remember a commercial back in the 70's and 80's that had a woman in a tub advertising bubble bath and the slogan was "Calgon, take me away." This commercial hit home to so many women. it was a woman having a very stressful day retiring to her bath. I don't know about the rest of you ladies but that is just how I felt some days.
Now that we are on this subject, you need to know that you are not the only one trying to figure out what happens next in your life or what would you be doing if only you could? It is the way we live our lives. How many times have you heard the quote, "If I could I would!"
USA Today recently had an article that with these statistics:
What Moms would do with more money:
67% would pay Off bills
61% would take more vacations
48% would get a larger home
38% would buy a better car
And 38% would give more to charity
The question is how do you give more to charity or reach any of these goals mentioned when it is difficult to make ends meet at home with your personal finances every month?
This is why I feel so strongly about women having a Plan B for their future. You have been hearing about having a Plan B for years but just don't see how it may relate to you and your family. I hope to clear some of these thought up for you. Another name for your Plan B is a Plan for the "What If's" in your life. What if something goes wrong in my life? What if the unexpected happens?
Are you prepared?