“Friendship is like money, easier made than kept.” – Samuel Butler

Have you ever met someone, with whom you felt a great connection, but after a few days or weeks, it disappears? It's more common than you think, and always leaves a sense of intrigue about why it was. Maybe because of detachment, or it wasn't the kind of friendship you thought it could be.

The same thing happens with money! It's always a great feeling when you get your first salary or when the collection date arrives. But sometimes, if you are not careful, the money can fade away the way it came. There are so many attractive possibilities on which you can spend your money that, at times, it becomes impossible to let them go.

So it's always a good idea to have a plan that works for you to divide your income into the things you need, and the ones that will benefit you, so when the money arrives, you don't feel like it just fades in your hands.

Saving money is a difficult habit at first, but it's necessary for the future of your life plans.

Samuel Butler was an English writer, composer, and philologist, mainly known for his utopian satire Erewhon and his posthumous novel The Way of All Flesh.

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