Posts tagged Lifestyle
Plan A Purpose For Your Paper

What are your 2019 financial goals? The countdown has begun. You may be planning how you will celebrate the coming of a New Year. You may be planning to write your “New Year, New Me” motto for 2019. Further planning to change hairstyles, upgrade vehicles, and get serious about relationship goals, however, don’t forget to plan a purpose for your paper (money).

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When I quit my job and gave myself permission to live

We always admire faith until it's our time to step into unknown territory. I quit my job without a solidified plan, however, I had faith that things would work out. It was in that moment where I fully put my faith on trial. Where I believed in something that I didn’t even see yet. I quit my job and gave myself permission to pursue the things I truly wanted to do. When I wasn't offered the opportunity, I created my own. I AM free, empowered, and pushing to make more happen.

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How to Use Taxes to Achieve Goals

According to U.S. News, approximately 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by the second week of February. To think in just a little over 30 days the goals you declared you wanted to achieve for the year, for your life fall by the waist side. We are now in the second week of February and I want to rebuild your steam! With it being tax season, it is the perfect time to energize your financial goals. I have a few way for you to utilize your taxes to help your journey to financial well-being for 2017.

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5 Ways to Save

I know what you are thinking... and yes, mind reading is my side job. You're thinking how easy and simple it sounds. You are thinking that there must be more hardcore ways to save. Well, there is...... but believe me when I tell you these 5 are the simplest tips that people struggle with the most! These 5 things increased my savings in a short time to finance my traveling expenses. Saving must become a part of your lifestyle. 

 

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