Pay Yourself First

How I Learned to Put Myself First in Line, Not Last

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I had heard the advice for years, “Pay yourself first” as a savings mechanism. I just couldn’t wrap my head around it.

“If I don’t have enough money to pay all the bills, how on earth can I pay myself first?” I wondered. “Paying myself first seems greedy.” I declared.

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Susan is a runner, a mom of 3 grown children, and an avid traveler. She writes about humans, and wrote a book about false accusations of sexual assault.

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Susan Kelley

Susan Kelley

Susan is a runner, a mom of 3 grown children, and an avid traveler. She writes about humans, and wrote a book about false accusations of sexual assault.

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