Money Habits: How to Ditch Bad Ones and Create Good Ones

Author Adidas Wilson
3 min readOct 6, 2020

Money is a huge part of most adults’ lives-if not all. You put in a lot of effort to make it. So it can be painful when you can’t accomplish what you hope to with it.

This post focuses on healthy money habits and how powerful they are.

Creating Lasting Money Habits

When you make something a habit, you are able to do it without much effort or thought.

Your money habits-how you spend, save and give-can either bring you peace or worry. But the good news is that you can change your money habits for lasting peace.

If you’re struggling to make ends meet, even though you earn a good amount, its time to make some changes. Assess your habits and see which ones are holding you back. Then start dropping them. Here are a few tips to help.

Make a budget. The first habit you need to adopt is using a budget. A monthly budget directs your money, so every dollar is accounted for. Before you get your paycheck, you should decide the amount to save, spend and give.

Establish goals. Before you get into new money habits, set a goal. Why do you want to do this? Maybe you are trying to save for your child’s college or a dream vacation. A goal is a great motivator.



Author Adidas Wilson

Adidas Wilson was born in Chicago, surviving a near death experience driving off a bridge in an 18 wheeler and getting hit by a train. Author and Motivator