Barbara O’Neill, Ph.D., CFP®
Extension Specialist in Financial Resource Management
Rutgers Cooperative Extension
The Small Steps to Health and Wealth™ program is built upon the premise that small, positive daily actions can improve health and personal finance status over time. Some examples are eating 100 fewer calories per day and saving a $1 bill plus loose change in a jar. Both are small steps toward the goals of losing weight and saving money for future expenses such as an emergency fund or living costs in retirement.
So what can you do on a daily basis to improve your health and personal finances? Actually, there are many positive behaviors that that people can do every day. Examples are in Chapter 8 of the Small Steps to Health and Wealth™ workbook: Make Progress Every Day. In addition, several dozen Cooperative Extension professionals recently submitted suggestions. Below is a list of recommended daily health and financial action steps. How many of them are you doing regularly?
Daily Health Behaviors:
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