Today I taught our “How Do I Budget?” case study, which provides a sample set of spending patterns for Alana. When trying to help the fictional character fix her budget woes, MANY students come up with, “Oh, she needs to stop going to the mall altogether. That saves $300!” or “She doesn’t need to eat out. She could eat groceries at home that her parents paid for.” Some students reflect and realize it’s not so simple to just change all of your behaviors. Suggestions on how to push more of them to think deeper or realize change isn’t always so straightforward?
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