• How to Create a Budget in 4 Simple Steps

    I’m sure you’ve heard that one key to financial success is to master budgeting. If you’ve never created a budget, this can be a daunting task. However, if you stick with it, budgeting will become less stressful, and it can help you achieve your long-term financial goals. There’s a quote from John C. Maxwell that […]


  • 23 Best Virtual Side Hustle Ideas

    23 Best Virtual Side Hustle Ideas

    People often ask how I’m able to travel so much and make extra income, on top of my busy full-time job. In case you’re new around here, this is my secret – side hustles. Your income is the best tool you have to accelerate your debt payoff plan, help you save money for a big […]


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    Home Buying for Millennials Made Easy

    Millennials are currently the largest living generation by population size. The Pew Research Center defines a millennial as anyone born between 1981 and 1996. While they may represent what would seem to be the majority of potential home buyers, the reality is that millennials only own 4 percent of American real estate by value. That’s […]


  • The Best Work from Home Ideas

    The Best Work from Home Ideas: Find Your New At-Home Career

    Have you thought about working from home? Perhaps you have been required to work from home recently due to the pandemic, and you’ve found that you like it. Maybe you want to keep working from home in some capacity even as things start to get back to some semblance of normal. Perhaps you are unemployed, […]


  • 8 Budgeting Tips for Millennials

    8 Budgeting Tips for Millennials

    The spending habits of millennials tend to be somewhat different from those of older generations. Millennials are often willing to spend more on convenience to help make their lives easier, for example. Millennials are also more likely to spend money online shopping and eating out rather than cooking at home. Instead of buying a car […]


  • Debt Avalanche vs. Debt Snowball: Which is Best For Eliminating Debt?

    Debt Avalanche vs. Debt Snowball: Which is Best For Eliminating Debt?

    After you’ve created a budget to cover your monthly expenses and have saved $1,000 in your starter emergency fund, it’s time to develop a plan to eliminate your debt for good!! Without a debt repayment plan, this can be an overwhelming and confusing task. Implementing a proven strategy will make your journey to debt freedom quicker than if you just […]


  • 16 Ways to Promote a New Business

    16 Ways to Promote a New Business

    You’ve always dreamed about owning your own business, and now that dream has become a reality. However, starting a company is only the first step. Once it’s up and running, you need to build it. You need to reach new customers or clients, and keep doing so to grow your audience. Promoting a business can […]


  • new and unique business ideas

    11 New and Unique Business Ideas

    So, you’ve been bitten by the entrepreneurship bug. Maybe you’ve always dreamed of owning your own business. Or perhaps you’ve just gotten sick and tired of the 9-to-5 grind and want to take control of your own future. Starting a business can help, certainly. However, there are a few stumbling blocks that first-time entrepreneurs often […]


  • How to Develop a Positive Money Mindset

    How to Develop a Positive Money Mindset

    Jen Sincero, the New York Times best-selling author of You Are a Badass at Making Money and other motivational books, said it best when she wrote, “You can have excuses, or you can have success; you can’t have both.” Your mindset is one of the most powerful forces you have when it comes to your […]


  • best financial advice for millennials

    Best Financial Advice For Millennials

    American millennials – people born between 1981 and 1996 – have officially become the largest living generation. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of millennials surpassed that of Baby Boomers by half a million in July 2019. As a fellow millennial, I know that we get a bad rep sometimes (they’ve finally stopped […]