I have a question for you. When life has got you down, do you focus on all that’s going wrong in your life? On the other hand, when you accomplish something major, do you stop to acknowledge your great achievement? When it comes to living your best and most fabulous life, is your happiness solely contingent upon things and/or accomplishments you achieve? There are two ways that you can live your life – running a race, always trying for better and trying to fill that empty hole of desire that you constantly feel. There is a great power that comes with practicing gratitude and being thankful. But in order to do so, you have to be able to hit pause from time to time to truly stop and smell the roses. Do you want to be more thankful? Keep reading to understand the power of gratitude and how you can incorporate it into your life.
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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 personal finance blogs by women of color. I wanted to share that list with you. So, keep reading to see my favorite female personal finance bloggers to follow.