I wish I could say delayed gratification comes naturally to me but it doesn’t.
I say this as a self-identified saver — someone who likes to stash away my cash, watch my account grow and ponder all the options before making purchases, big or small.
While I can’t say I’ve never made an impulse purchase, generally speaking, I’m mindful about how I spend my money.
Even so, waiting to make purchases, especially ones I’m excited for, is challenging.
However, I have learned over the years delayed gratification, while not always enjoyable, has its benefits.Continue Reading