Twitter is full of financial tips, tricks, and quips. Here are our favorite tweets of the week to keep you motivated and entertained while on your journey to Financial Freedom.
I’m obsessed with this pursuit to financial freedom.
— RelldaTruth (@rell_datruth) May 24, 2018
Society teaches us to pay for school. Go into debt for degrees. Become an employee. Follow tradition. No one teaches about money, investment, or financial awareness.
Being an entrepreneur or active investor requires independent thought. Which is the only path to true freedom.
— Pretty Ricky what they call me (@AkilNeteru) May 22, 2018
Seen on blog: How to Save Money Shopping at Expensive Stores
1. Use coupons.
2. Shop the sales.
3. Don't shop there.
— The Give and Get (@thegiveandget) May 23, 2018
My goal is to have the type of financial freedom to spontaneously book a tattoo when my fav tattoo artist decides to pop up in my city.
— Isabel (@isabologna) May 25, 2018
Everyone wants to lead a peaceful, happy life, but happiness and success aren’t measured by how much money you have, but by whether you have inner peace in your heart.
— Dalai Lama (@DalaiLama) May 25, 2018
Everything and everyone is problematic. No one is perfect. Accept your flaws and seek to improve them. Seek to become better. Learn more. Embrace your personal journey.
— Fubu Papi 🇹🇹 (@4thAndBearded) May 25, 2018
The ability to manage one's money is a skill that can be learned and mastered, regardless of past experiences or current setbacks. It starts with the will to learn and the desire to improve! #personalfinance #financialfreedom
— Raya Reaves (@RayaReaves) May 21, 2018
some days like today i walk into downtown chicago and have lunch during the rush. I sit amongst the blue shirts so i can feel what i worked so hard to leave behind #FinancialFreedom #imweird #financialfreedombook #millennialmoney #enough #ThursdayThoughts #FIRE 🧘♂️👨💻😎✌
— Millennial Money (@millennialmoney) May 24, 2018
I think just being mindful of where and what you put your money into is important. Like, do you contanstly need to eat out at expensive restaurants or buy the latest fashion?
— Miyuki @ Miku Expo (NYC) (@miyukilu) May 23, 2018
Do not save what is left after spending, spend what is left after saving – Warren Buffet #Saving
— Let's Get Focused (@LetsGetFocused) May 22, 2018
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