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How to Kickstart Your Path Towards Financial Success with CreditRepair.com

Thank you CreditRepair.com for sponsoring this post. CreditRepair.com’s team understands that a credit score is not just a number; it's a lifestyle. What does financial success look like to you? Is it a hefty bank account, freedom to do whatever you want, or maybe a big fancy house? I’m certain, no matter what your definition of financial success is, we’re all striving for it. Whatever your choice was, there’s one thing you’ll need to achieve your goals… good credit. Having good credit is what opens[...]

The Key to Building Wealth & Closing the Wealth Gap

Thank you DiversyFund for sponsoring this post. It’s never too early to learn about investing for your future! How old were you when you first understood the concept and importance of money? Now, keeping that in mind, when did you learn about the importance of financial literacy? I understood the idea and value of money, specifically, how great it felt to have it and also how amazing it felt to spend it at a very young age (grade school). However, when it came to me being financially literate, I only grew to[...]

How to Use Credit Cards Responsibly

As I’ve embarked on this debt-free journey, I’ve learned a lot about credit cards, both their benefits and drawbacks. Yes, credit cards can be dangerous and can get you into financial trouble. But that’s only if you’re not smart and strategic when you use them. In fact, credit cards can be a pretty powerful financial tool.  read more[...]

I Have 5 Savings Accounts…Here’s Why You Should Have Multiple Savings Accounts Too

  I remember the days of my teenage years – I loved money, but I absolutely HATED the idea of saving it. My motto was simple, I earned my money, and I planned to enjoy it as soon as possible, because I could always get more. I have to be honest, if I could travel back in time, I would do so just to slap some sense into my own naïve self! Seriously, what was I thinking? Thank goodness times have changed and I’ve actually gained some financial literacy. In fact, nowadays, I’m addicted to saving my coins. N[...]

5 Female Personal Finance Bloggers to Follow

Finances, money, coins, mula …whatever you want to call it, it’s kind of a big deal. If you’ve been reading my blog for a while then you know that I’ve been pretty upfront about my struggle with making good financial choices in the past, and my decision to begin my debt free journey. Before I finally did that, though, I did a TON of research. Maybe it’s the planner in me, but before I try something new, I like to do a little digging first, you know, to prepare. In doing so, I stumbled upon some great pers[...]