Redundancy in an essay or article is usually frowned upon. Annoying repetition interrupts a narrative’s flow, perhaps even undermining its point. Redundancy in a spacecraft is wise. Backup systems help ensure a mission’s success (like with NASA’s Perseverance rover, which just recently beamed back the first ever sounds from Mars). Tracing the trajectory of your financial life plan from various vantage points or perspectives is useful redundancy, if it yields greater clarity and confidence. Do your deepest-held values overlay your most important goals? Do your long-term needs and wants balance your short-term needs and wants? How do you define “enough,” and are you on track to achieve financial peace of mind? Read on for some convergent angles from which to view how money may work in your life.