Nowadays, there are so many amazing successful women to aspire to. Yes, success can come in many forms and from many walks of life. Some successful women have charisma, some are unapologetically fearless, and others extremely passionate about what they do. So, what’s the one thing that successful women have in common? Financial habits that keep them on track. Why? Because successful women know the importance of money management and having control of their finances, and not the other way around. Keep reading to learn the 10 habits of financially savvy and successful women. Continue Reading
In a society where many people think that cash is king, having good credit is just as, if not more, important. Having good credit is equally as important as having good money management skills. No bullshit, your credit score is one of the most important numbers in your life. If you’re someone that wants to know how you can improve your credit score, easily and quickly, keep reading.
Hey loves! I’ve gotten so many questions since I revealed the truth about my finances. I’m so glad that many of you have found inspiration in my story to embark on your own path to financial freedom! I’ll admit, my journey towards being debt free has been a major learning experience. I want to place emphasis on the word JOURNEY because it’s nothing short of that! One thing that I’ve embraced is changing my spending behaviors in order to save money.
Hey loves! Can you believe that I started my debt free journey a little over 6 months ago? I have to say… I’m super proud of myself for sticking to my budget and paying down my debt. It feels great to know that I’m that much closer to achieving financial freedom! Now I won’t sit here and pretend that the last six months or so have been a cake walk. In fact, I can admit that I hit a few bumps in the road. But I’ve come such a long way! I wanted to do something fun and share my June 2019 financial update with you guys…
Money… something that I’m sure every single one of us thinks about at least once on a daily basis. Whether you’re finding new ways to earn it, making new plans to spend it or save it; money is on all of our minds (some more than others of course). What if I told you that your perception about money has a direct effect on how you earn, spend, and save it? If you find yourself living to paycheck to paycheck, unable to save, or find your heart racing at the mere thought of money – you have a scarcity mindset. In order to make a change in your life, you need to shift your mindset to one of wealth or abundance. Further, if you want to improve your finances you have to start by reprogramming your money mindset.