I can recall in my B.C. (before having any cash saved lol) days of simply not having money set aside for a rainy day. I would always think I would do it later but later never came. After realizing this was an area I truly needed to conquer, I decided to do something about it. But where would I start? Stay content First, I decided to start with asking God to simply give me discipline!
Here are 15 free things you can do for fun! Find a free fitness class Enjoy the beautiful views of a nearby beach or lake Take a free tour in your town Visit a gallery or museum Explore a nature hike or walk Enjoy a picnic with a loved one Take a bike ride along a scenic route Test drive your “dream car” Check out your favorite movies or books at your local library Enjoy
We understand money makes the world go around, but passion is what moves our spirit. Without passion and purpose, we are just moving to the beat of others’ dreams. Of course, we can work a high paying job, 50 to 60 hours a week and do what we are asked, but are we really fulfilling the call that is on our lives? Each and everyday, many people reach a crossroad where they must decide between

When budgeting is not your thing

Posted by Kemberley Washington on  March 28, 2017

Category: Budget
We all know that we should budget, but the fact of the matter is many of us simply neglect to do it. But have no fear; if budgeting is really not your “thing,” there still may be hope for you! Create a system No matter if you are balling or simply living paycheck to paycheck, you have to create a system for your finances. In order to obtain a financial healing, your finances should be
While a college degree is well worth the money, student loans can give anyone the blues. According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, student loan debt is more than $1.3 trillion and continues to rise. For many younger Americans, it has become the largest household debt.The Department of Education offers forgiveness programs to help borrowers with student loan debt. These programs include the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program and the Teacher Loan Forgiveness program. Both
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