How to be Successful at Budgeting [Video]

How to Be Successful at Budgeting

How to be Successful at Budgeting. Think you’ll never be good at budgeting? Think again. There’s one thing to focus on in order to be successful at budgeting, watch the video above to find out. Don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel: Tiffany Thomas, Your Wealth Mentor

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4 Money Tips I Wish I Would Have Known In My 20’s

Money Tips in 20's

The average 20 something year-old has more than $30,000 in student loan debt and who knows how much more debt.* That’s a crazy amount of debt and a lot of them will not be able to pay it back based off the job they get anytime soon. While my debt was only a car loan…

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3 Surprising Reasons Budgeting is Fun and Not Fearful

Budgeting is fun not fearful

There’s a stigma that goes with budgeting. It’s something people dread doing or are even fearful of doing. People think it’s a waste of time and can’t even stand thinking about budgeting, but really, it’s not that bad (I actually like it, surprise, surprise…). A lot of times people are fearful of the unknown, but…

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2 Most Important Expenses Every Budget Should Have That Actually Helps Achieve Wealth

2 Most Important Expenses to Put in Budget

As I mentioned in my previous post, budgeting helps us reach our financial goals. When we tie our budget to our financial goals we can know how much we should be putting where. Tying our budget to our goals is the beginning step. The next step is making sure you are allocating money toward those…

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3 Stellar Steps to Instill Wealth Creation Habits & Feel Better About Your Money

Wealth Creation Habits

I’ve been hearing a lot about how money gives people anxiety and people just don’t know how to save enough money, especially when they only get paid once a month. Also, they want to be able to track their money in an easy way. I thought I’d address these 3 obstacles in today’s post through…

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How to Create a Simple Budget

How to Create a Budget

Get overwhelmed trying to create a budget? I’ve got a simple way to create a very quick budget to help you at least get an idea of where you are with your income versus your expenses. This is helpful for those with irregular monthly income as well. As a side note, I like to call budgets,…

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