When you try to decide whether you and yours have enough money, what standard do you use? I'll admit, mine seems to vary. When I watch Suze Orman, I feel as if there's an objective formula and the question should be easy to answer. When I talk to my kidlet, if she has a struggle with money I cannot solve for her, I feel as if I have nowhere near enough. When I watch television, or ponder what my friends and family seem able to afford, etc., I feel I have nowhere near enough. I've been wealth-ier and poorer than I am now. No matter how much I had, it never, ever felt like enough. Mebbe because I was poor as a child and young adult, anxiety over money has plagued me all my life when I allowed it. But I have a home, food, a car, and money in savings. Is this enough? It would be, to 99% of the world. For most of my life, I said this was my goal, that I just wanted to feel "secure". What standard do you use to measure "enough"? Do you look inward, to what your own needs and goals are or have been...or outward, to what you think others may have?