When it comes to mental health, we often think that family, work, or other personal relationships cause the main problems. But another conversation we should be having is how economic standing and finances can also put a toll on mental health. In fact, more than half of Americans have admitted that financial issues regularly stress them out, even surpassing job-related tension. That said, lack of money isn’t just a physical burden, but an emotional one too.
If you’re handling all if your personal finances—including taxes, rent, and other utility costs—you can already imagine the amount of work you need to do whenever you’re preparing to pay for expenses. For the average person, there are a lot of deadlines to stay on top of, like credit cards cut-offs every month to taxes every quarter. It’s important to keep track because … Read More