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Discerning Donut

You are intuitive and quick with decisions and you rarely go back and forth.

You're neither a profligate spender, nor do you guilt yourself when you do spend. You even have a balanced approach to saving.

You're finding your feet when it comes to bigger financial decisions - the road may be bumpy but at least you don't shy away from them. And with that legendary intuition at play, you are only going to get better with time!

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Okay Olive

You are cognizant of money matters without being overly enthused by them. You're neither a profligate spender, nor do you guilt yourself when you do spend.

You are balanced in your approach to decisions in general, you listen to others without letting it override your own instincts.

Looks like you have found your balance when it comes to saving for the future. Money rarely causes you anxiety but when it does, you are ok to reassess things.

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Sorted Sauce

You're good with money! You understand it, you know how much to save and you have a healthy attitude to it.

You're neither a profligate spender, nor do you guilt yourself when you do spend. There may be a certain intuitiveness at play here, or perhaps its years of discipline that have made it muscle memory for you.

No wonder you don’t shy away from taking action when it comes to money and it’s also no surprise your decisions usually turn out to your satisfaction. Either way - you and money are relationship goals!

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Anxious Artichoke

Money causes you a lot of anxiety and you oscillate between avoiding decisions and second guessing the ones you do make.

You think you'd rather not deal with any of this, but in reality you do ok. You make an effort when you need to and try not to shy away from money decisions.

You can be intuitive when you aren't intimidated. You spend very freely, but you also recognise the need to save. So why not give yourself a little more credit?

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Cautious Cabbage

Money is not the easiest relationship in your life! It makes you worry, sometimes without reason.

It’s great to assess one’s decisions honestly but it can quickly get destructive if you’re always second guessing yourself. You make financial decisions when you need to so why not do it with less self-doubt.

You're a diligent saver and you monitor your spending. Maybe a bit too much? You may surprise yourself if you tried a more balanced approach and trusted yourself more.

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