Sowing Good Seed
Ever think of your financial decisions as good or bad seeds? You have the choice of sowing one or the other.
Seeds grow roots and develop into plants that bear a harvest. They’re either beautiful and life-giving or thorny and destructive. Likewise, we’ll reap what we sow. Our financial decisions become habits. Those habits form our character and impact our lives.
Bad seeds are overspending, carrying consumer debt, or falling behind in paying your bills on time. This leads to a large amount of stress. Good seeds are exercising self-control, living on a budget, and carefully living beneath your means. This will lead to increased giving, saving, and investing.
For help planting good financial seeds, download our “Easy Guide to a Budget you Love” at crown.org.