Reduce Long Term Health Costs
You know the expression, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”. Well, I also like to say, “a walk a day keeps a healthy 401(k)”.
Keeping an active, fit lifestyle saves you a significant amount of money. It reduces your long-term health costs, and it allows you to save and plan for big purchases, retirement, and generous giving. A recent study found that, on average, someone who walked or worked out for 30 minutes five times a week saved $2,500 a year in health care expenses related to heart disease compared to someone who didn’t exercise. Now good stewardship of your health is good stewardship of your finances! So go on a walk and then work on that budget!
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