5 Things Gamers Can Learn from the Personal Finance Communities

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I’ve mentioned my love for video games many times. You won’t meet a more genuine and inclusive community. From Fallout to Fall Guys, FarCry and Fallen Order there’s something for everyone.

But we all have our flaws. So here are my 5 things us gamers could learn from the advice regularly given in the personal finance communities…

1. Delayed gratification

Something regularly mentioned in the blogs and forums in the personal finance communities is trying to use the method of delayed gratification to stem unnecessary spending. Methods such as putting items in your online basket and coming back to it in a week/ month to see if you feel the same way about wanting to buy it are good ways to see if the value you’ll…

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