4 Important Reasons to Help You Start Saving Money

Importance of Savings

63% Of Americans don’t have enough savings to cover a $500 emergency (Jan 2016, from Forbes). This stat is nerve racking to me. If someone doesn’t have enough money to cover only $500 worth, that means there must be a lot of Americans worrying about money, living paycheck to paycheck or in a lot of…

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5 Painless Wealth-Oriented Steps to Set & Achieve a Short-Term Financial Goal

Short Term Financial Goals

With the new year coming up and Christmas right around the corner, I thought it would be fun to share with you 5 painless steps to set and achieve a short-term financial goal. Let’s all choose a financial goal we want to achieve within 2 weeks, which will be right before New Years! I’m going…

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5 Essential Wealth-Minded Steps to a Positive Money Mindset

Positive Money Mindset

Being the month of December, there’s a lot of talk about money (or lack thereof). Whether it’s not having enough money for Christmas gifts or being able to donate your money to those in need – there’s a lot going on regarding money, which is why I thought it would be a great time to…

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3 Great Wealth-Focused Benefits of Investing in Yourself

Investing in Yourself

I created a similar blog post focusing on different options for investing, including: Stocks, IRA, 401k, real estate, peer to peer lending and investing in yourself (you can check it out here). Today though, I want to focus on investing in yourself. Investing in yourself is the most important thing I think we can invest…

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4 Simple Wealth-Conscious Steps to Help You Know How Much to Invest & Not Feel Deprived

Tips to Know How Much to Invest

Now that we’ve covered the benefits of investing your money and how to know if you’re ready to invest, it’s time to talk about how much we should actually be investing. It’s tempting to invest all of our extra income, or maybe you’re on the opposite side of the spectrum, that it’s tempting to invest…

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8 Smart Wealth-Based Items to Help You Know When You’re Ready to Invest

When to Start Investing

Lots of people get excited about investing – seeing the returns people are able to make and knowing you can relax during retirement (or even just actually retire) is exciting. So let’s make sure you’re ready to invest. There’s 8 items to consider before you start investing. It’s a good idea to be in a…

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5 Excellent Wealth Minded Benefits of Investing Your Money

Benefits of Investing

Ever thought, “Maybe I don’t really need to start investing right now; I still have awhile before I retire.” Or maybe this has been more your thought, “I know I should be investing, I’ll eventually get around to it.” Whatever your reason for not investing yet, I’ve got 5 benefits of investing to help motivate…

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6 Simple Wealth Minded Steps To Not Beat Yourself Up Over Your Mistakes and Help Make You a Better Person

Stop Beating Yourself Up Over Your Mistakes

We all make mistakes. All of us. None of us are perfect, no matter how perfect people look on the outside, no one is perfect. What we do with those mistakes is what helps make us better. We can learn from our mistakes and continue to improve or we can dwell on our mistakes and…

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3 Basic Wealth-Centered Steps to Not Waste Money and Not Waste Time

Stop Wasting Time and Money

Ever waste money? Ever waste time? I know I have done both. I want to share with you three basic steps to help you not waste money, or time for that matter. So the other night I had just finished dinner and was going to get some stuff done when I got a phone call…

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6 Practical Wealth Centered Ideas to Invest Your Expendable Income In & Make Your Money Work For You

6 Ideas for Investing Your Income

I’ve been asked a lot by my friends, what should I be investing my money in? I want to have enough for retirement, but I’m just not sure where to start. So today I want to give you 6 practical ideas that you can invest your expendable money (income) in so you can make your…

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