Welcome to our low carbon impact website
FINANCIAL LITERACY RESOURCE
Increasing evidence is linking our emotions with the way in which we end up spending our money. More often than not, if we feel a specific way, that typically predicts spending a specific way.
So let’s turn our focus inwards and try to become aware of the emotions when we reflect on our spending habits.
Use our simple exercise sheet when you’re making a purchase that falls out of your ‘needs’ (fixed cost i.e. rent, food) to explore where the need to purchase is coming from.
In our view, becoming familiar with unintentional spending vs intentional spending is critical for budgeting, saving, and future financial literacy.