How much of your mail is hanging around on your kitchen counter waiting to get dumped in the trash? If you are like most people, you pick up the mail after work on the way into the house. But after wrangling the kids, getting dinner prepared, starting everyone on the nighttime routine and cleaning up the house, we totally forget about the mail and are way too tired to spend the time sorting through it.Read More
If you have a business great idea that you are passionate about and you dream of being your own boss, then before you take the leap to pursue your dreams, you want to ensure you've laid out an initial plan to build a successful business.Read More
You might not be ready to quit your 9 to 5 yet or perhaps you are in between jobs or still in school and want to start a side hustle that's simple to start, can be managed easily and more importantly, will earn you more money.Read More
A habit is a regular tendency or practice we usually do without thinking. Some habits can be good, while other habits not so much. Think about how hard it is to break a bad habit you developed over time. It’s really difficult, but not impossible if you are intentional about it.Read More
You’ve likely heard it before – the best time to look for a job is at the beginning of the year. Specifically, January to March – when hiring managers and recruiters are back from holiday vacations, hiring budgets have been finalized and the number of open roles begins to skyrocket as people start turning in their resignation letters after waiting patiently for their annual bonuses to direct deposit.
Whether you're a student struggling on a budget or a parent trying to keep the food bills at bay, we could all use some tips on how to manage our food budgets properly and save some extra coin. So, let's get started! Here are the eight easiest ways to cut your food budget in half!Read More
Credit card debt can put a serious drag on your net worth, which is not a surprise when you consider that most banks offer credit cards with double-digit interest rates and require monthly payments, that only cover a portion of the outstanding balance. It’s no wonder that many struggle to break the cycle of never-ending credit card payments.Read More