The target goal advantages help me create an emergency fund when something unexpected comes up. For example, about a year ago my dog had to have an emergency surgery that costed me $1400. If it was not for me keeping an envelope in my safe for emergency use only I would not of been able to pay the vet bill; the vet that did the surgery will only take full payments at the time of the visit. I am a person who likes to have specific goals and I like to have control of my life. I love knowing that I have goals set for myself, weather it be academic, work related, fitness, money, etc. To me my goals tie into me having control over my life, I like to know what needs to be everyday in order to accomplish these goals. When I do have a list of things to do, or a goal (little or big) to work towards, I tend to get really stressed out and do not accomplish what needed to be done.
The spontaneous advantages help me have an adventurous life, because of this habitude I have gotten to be National American Miss Utah, travel to nations, meet celebrities, and go to amazing concerts with front row seats. I feel like without the spontaneous habitude in my life I would not be where I am today. I get to be a Kappa Delta, former Miss Utah, and have those amazing memories with celebrities and front row seats to people that I admire.
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...because I feel like the status habitude is something that could be a bad financial trait in someone. Also, I do not like the the free spirit habitude is mainly having someone else financially support you. I do not want a husband that I have to financially support all the time, I would not mind helping put him through school, but it would bug me if I knew he could get a good job and make some income and never did.
I feel like a combination of targeted goals, security, and selfless (with maybe a little bit of spontaneous mixed in as well) would be a great balance of all the habitudes. Like I mentioned above, I do not like the free spirit or status habitudes. To me, these two habitudes would be the ones that would get my spouse and I into a lot of debt and financial trouble; which as we have learned would put stress on the marriage and could possibly lead to a divorce.
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