Few people get through their entire lives without experiencing a financial emergency. You might be fortunate enough to never have to deal with the aftermath of a hurricane, tornado or earthquake, but when you’re living on a tight budget, something as simple as a broken water heater or car trouble can be hard enough to… Read More >>
If you’re unable to pay your regular bills, than credit card debt can’t be paid off either. So it grows. The debt snowballs and before you know it you’re wondering if you can ever get out. Let’s take a look at some proven steps for getting out of debt and staying there. Read More >>
Unfortunately, your credit score is a major part of your financial life. Whether you want to or not, you need to have good credit, and that sometimes means having credit card and some of the debt that goes along with it. If you have recently obtained your credit report and it is not where it… Read More >>
As we saw in our 31 Days to Your Happiness series, money can buy experiences which make us happy. Keeping that money organized is essential. Check out these great ways to maintain financial happiness in your life. Read More >>
Your productivity at work is directly related to the amount of energy you have! Knowing where your natural energy comes in your day is a great way to create a time management and energy flow that works best for your lifestyle.
Money brings happiness. Increased income directly correlates to an increase in happiness. But is money alone the cause for your happiness? Can happiness be bought? Take an introspective look at how you can bring more happiness into your life with a couple of fundamental ideas.
I think one of the biggest adjustments to living in the country is weekly meal planning. We no longer live two minutes away from our favorite Chinese restaurant, a Taco Bell, or the grocery store deli. The first week we lived at our new house, it became very apparent that weekly meal planning had to…
Today’s topic brings so much joy to me to share with you. If you struggle at all with dealing with people, your spouse, your job, your boss or your life in general in small or big ways, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE read this book, Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff.