(PRWEB) March 10, 2013
Spring is the time of renewal. Laurie Campbell, CEO of Credit Canada, recommends taking some time to put aside financial concerns to do some spring cleaning of the heart, mind and soul. She states “no amount of money brings the kind of pleasure and peace of mind that comes with life’s non-material gains.” Campbell feels that we must strive to empty “ourselves of worry and cluttered thoughts” and work towards a balanced life in which we can appreciate life’s wonderful gifts –nature, the love of family and friends, and joy in our achievements.
As CEO of Credit Canada debt management solutions, Campbell is very familiar with the financial pressures plaguing numerous Canadians. She stresses the importance of taking the time this spring to practice things that will bring balance back to your life. Regular exercise, meditation and making a point of getting off-line and “replacing virtual life with real life” can go a long way toward relieving stress and centering ourselves.
While the future might seem bleak for people in debt, it is important to take stock of what really matters in life. Seeking help from credit counselling services such as Credit Canada can provide people with the hope that there is a solution to their problem. These services provide help for the individual in the form of a Debt Management Program. This program offers debt solutions designed to put the individual back in charge of their money. Credit Canada provides services that promote financial literacy and fiscal responsibility. Being more aware of debt and becoming responsible about money, along with Campbell’s soul cleaning tips, will help bring balance to the life this spring.
About Credit Canada
Credit Canada is a non-profit credit counseling service, which stresses the importance of people being financially literate. Credit Canada recognizes that debt can cripple the stability of an individual’s future. Its’ goal is to help secure people’s futures by offering various debt solutions, and providing the skills necessary to be fiscally responsible.