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7 Deadly Mistakes to avoid while investing in your 20s

May 2, 2017
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The following article is contributed by Amy Nickson. 7 Deadly Mistakes to avoid in your hard earned money investment When you make a decision to invest money for your future, you need to check out which investment strategy can suit you the best. You need to learn a number of things before you select any investment strategy. With the help of the right strategy, you …

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Save money by doing these clever 7 outdoor workouts

April 13, 2017
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Warm weather is approaching and if you set your new years resolution to get in shape back in January yet you feel like you’ve feel off the bandwagon no worries. This post is going to help you save money by doing these clever 5 outdoor workouts. That’s right you can still workout even if you don’t have a gym membership. It was all a dream …

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How to Save for Pleasure + Vacations Without Breaking the Bank

April 2, 2017
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*This post may contain affiliate links There are two types of friends in this world: the planners and the adventurers. The Adventurer, we’ll call friend one, will send a text saying: “Girl! I found a great flight to Barbados, $200 round trip for next weekend. Pack your bags because we’re going! Buy your ticket, put in your vacation days, and we’ll figure out hotels later.😜” …

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Top 3 lessons my debt coaching clients have taught me

March 26, 2017
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Top 3 lessons my debt coaching clients have taught me My first paid debt coaching client was from a good friend that I’ve known since middle school. We’ve traveled together, had drinks together, dinner together, even clubbed together. We’ve talked about our careers and our loved ones, and of course the topic of money came up. But there was never any pressure since we were …

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4 powerful things that happen when you track your net worth

March 19, 2017
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Years ago, I was afraid to track my net worth because I knew that I would be in the negatives. In case you don’t know, your net worth is simply all of your assets minus all of your liabilities, or everything you own minus everything you owe. After having a negative net worth for a few years, I decided I couldn’t avoid that fear any …

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Debt payoff motivation: Having the courage to face your debt

March 4, 2017
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We all need a little Debt Payoff Motivation every now and then so today I’m sharing my most recent one on one debt coaching clients story. At first my client had cancelled our debt coaching call ( if you want to book a debt coaching session sign up here) because wasn’t ready to face her debt. Eventually she built up the courage to face her …

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4 foul proof ways to save money on groceries

February 26, 2017
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As many of you know I love to save money, but since getting let go from my job last month or as I like to call it pushed into my purpose I’m really in frugal mode hence the reason for today’s post: 4 foul proof ways to save money on groceries this weekend. The biggest expenses in a persons budget is usually housing, transportation and …

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3 blogs posts reveal their strategy on Paying off credit card debt

February 24, 2017
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Paying off credit card debt is a top priority for many people. I know you want to get rid of your debt as fast as possible so that you can use your money for other things instead of feeling like you’re paying everyone else and not really paying yourself. Which is why today I’m sharing 3 helpful blog posts to help you map out a …

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Money management apps to save money for your next vacation

February 2, 2017
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*This post may contain affiliate links I know you’re tired of your normal routine and you been wanting to take a much needed vacation. As you should you work hard and you deserve some time to relax and rejuvenate. You also don’t want to break the bank, and I’m right there with ya. I was able to save $227 to use as part of my …

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Top new personal finance books that will change your life

January 16, 2017
Top Personal Finance books that will change your life

This post may contain affiliate links. Hey Guys! People ask me all the time what are some great personal finance books to read? Sure you all know about the usual money books the think and grow rich, the rich dad poor dad, and of course you’ve heard of Dave Ramsey, but today I want to introduce some new money books that you need to have …

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Debt Slaying Challenge: Interview with Keshna

December 19, 2016
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As many of you may know I graduated college with $38,000 worth of student loan debt. The first few years I was only paying the minimum balance, and I was so frustrated that my debt didn’t seem to be moving. That’s when I decided to create a debt challenge, and get people together and see who could pay off the most debt in a certain …

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How to make sure you will reach your 2017 money goals

December 14, 2016
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As the year comes to an end I know there are a ton of money goals that you wanted to reach this year, but for whatever reason you didn’t get to reach them. In the video below I talk about how to make sure you will reach your money goals in 2017. Video Highlights: What you claim your want < Your actions. A vision board …

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How to manage your money during the holidays

December 5, 2016
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The holidays are here and I know it can be super tough to save money during this time of year. It can be stressful trying to reach your money goals and come up with inexpensive Christmas gift ideas. This topic was inspired by one of the ladies in my debt support group. Each week we meet on a google hangout on Sunday evenings to go …

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