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4 Ways To Earn Extra Money Before The Holidays

It’s that time of year again. You know, right before the holidays when you can never seem to find a spare $5 but have to come up with $100 for x, y, z. I thought this was a perfect time to put together a list of 4 simple ways you can earn some extra cash before the holidays kick in!

How To Take Control Of Your Finances

You’re worth it. You’re worth all of the money that you want to have. You’re worth double the money that you want to have. Change the way you talk to yourself. Instead of saying “I wish” say “I have”. I have money. I can afford that.

How to Budget on a Fluctuating Income

The problem that I always get myself into when budgeting is that I want to pretend that I make $30k each month so that all of it can go straight to my debt and I can be debt free in 9 months or less. That’s not the reality of my situation. Being brutally honest with yourself is the first step to creating a successful budget. Cheating on your budget is like cheating on your diet, at the end of the day the scale is going to know you snuck in that bag of skittles.

4 Money Lessons I Learned In 2018

Here is another Monday Money Monologue talking about the money lessons that I’ve learned in 2018. For some reason, I have to learn things the hard way. It is an irritating trait that I’ve had since I was little. Because of this, I’ve included a little tip after each lesson to help you from making the same mistakes as me.

The Debt Free Journey Slowdown

Recently I’ve a hit a wall. A big, massive, 100 foot tall, brick wall. Business has been slow and my debt payoff journey has slowed dramatically. Dramatically! And it’s making me anxious. It’s making me question everything that I’m doing, because clearly I’m doing everything wrong. Or am I?

How to Organize Your Debt, Then Pay It Off

It was at that time that I took a long, hard look at my debt. You may be wondering, why am I telling you all of this? What does this have to do with organizing debt? Because by organizing my debt, I have paid off almost $100,000 in debt in 8 months. Yes, you read that right. By getting serious about my debt and being honest with my situation, I was able to get a grasp on my finances.