Would you rather save for your future or enjoy today?
It's just a question of whether you enjoy the present and not think much about what will happen in the future, or to focus and save for the future that you don't enjoy the present?
gratify yourself now or in the future?
You never want to spend the whole dollar.
One has to learn to enjoy today but also be prepared for tomorrow.
I would do both. I just can't concentrate on just saving for the future and not enjoy the present as well. I give you an example, a colleague of ours nearly finished 40 years of working and was due to retire but before he reached the 40th year, he was diagnosed with a life-threatening disease and was in a wheelchair in no time. Imagine his dreams of enjoying retirement after saving up for forty years and then before he reached his retirement, he was seriously ill and died a few months after. He was a very good man and a good carer. So I would try and make every day count as I don't know what might happen tomorrow. Life is really short.
For me it's not an either/or situation. I save some money for the future, but I still spend money on vacations and things so I can enjoy my life now.
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by victoria 7 years ago
Should you just spend while you're young or save up for when you're older and retired?We have saved all our married life so we could live well and travel.Now one of us is passed away.Seems like we should have lived it up and lived in poverty now whenwe're old.
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