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Most people sacrifice time for money, or money for time.
You either work your ass off to make money for your family, but don't get to ever spend time with your family.
OR..... You have tons of time to spend with your family, but your broke.
What if I told you there was a possible way for you to have time AND money?
Interested? Hit me up.
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Canadians in Guernsey, there is about 10 years of friendship here. The last trip we took together was Iceland 🇮🇸 international friendships are great.
Swipe through to check out the sweetest of thank you notes from Knox School @knoxschoolsb! Doesn't get much cuter than students we've brought out describing their time on the island. Foxes + sea caves usually tie for first place for their favorite things. We feel lucky to get to foster these important connections in the outdoor classroom 🌊
Have you ever stopped for a moment to consider whether you are "Spending", or "Investing", your time, money, or relationships? This can help you make better decisions.
All of us have heard the terms "Spend" & "Invest"; but have you "applied" these two terms to your everyday life?
It basically goes like this: When you "spend", you use it and it's gone. When you "invest", it will benefit you in the future.
Let's break it down.
Money, for instance.
You "spend" it on junk food, you eat it, then you dump it.
You "spend" it on a new outfit or new shoes, they eventually wear out, you get rid of them.
On the other hand, if you "invest" your money in a company that makes that food, or provides a service, or even in something like Life Insurance, that can be beneficial for a lifetime.
You get it, right? "Spending" your time on things like complaining, partying, getting drunk, procrastinating - time that's gone. No benefit.
Now, think about your last week. How much time and/or money have you "spent", and how much have you "invested"? What about Relationships?
Relationships with friends, family, co-workers, etc. Do you just "spend" time with them to get through a moment in time and then it's gone, or do you "invest" time in them that will benefit all involved for a lifetime?
Ask yourself this:
1. Am I spending, or investing?
2. What will be the difference if I invest in (whatever it is), rather than spend time/money on it?
3. How will my future be different if I invest in people/things instead of spending (time/money) on people/things?
4. Because spending is usually more fun and needs little brain power, can I afford to spend now, or should I be Investing?
I hope you can answer these questions honestly to yourself and make the best decisions possible. But make sure you implement the investment part. 😉
Winter is a brilliant time of year to spot our smallest bird - the tiny Goldcrest! 💛
British Goldcrests rarely migrate but we get an influx from colder parts over these months.
Listen out for their high pitched calls and a flash of gold in their preferred pine and fir trees as they pick insects and spiders off the trees
How would you describe your financial situation? 🤔
What is the first word that comes to mind?
This is a great way to get an idea of what you REALLY think about where you're at.
If it's a place you're not 100% happy with, the good news is there's still something you can do about it.
Post the first thing that comes to mind. 👇
We're wondering...what is one of your family's travel goals? Melody Forsyth of @downwithadventure says that her family is attempting to hike all of the national parks in the United States! Is there a travel goal that your family is hoping to achieve together? Tell us in the comments! #gowithnugget⠀
📷: @downwithadventure ⠀