Financial faithfulness — how we steward the money that God allows to pass through our hands — is not easy, especially right after college. If we want to pursue a healthy approach, one of the best things we can do is take an honest look at our current habits.
Penn State alum and innovator, Paul Girgis, recently completed a project where he interviewed millennials on their approach to money management. He and his co-researcher captured their major takeaways and common themes. Take a look at their findings and consider your own situation.
- What resonates with you from their research?
- Do you tend to avoid money management/deal with it in a reactive vs. proactive way?
- Is there someone you typically look to for money advice? Is this person wise?
- How can you “start small” with investing or other steps toward a healthy financial future?