Maintaining strong bonds with people who aren’t right in front of you or you don’t naturally see every day can be difficult. When it’s family, however, it’s essential. If you love someone, you need to go out of your way to maintain a close connection by regularly calling, visiting, and even planning things with them. This can be hard for adult children in normal circumstances, but it can feel even more daunting when their parents relocate to a care home.
Setting goals is essential to living a successful life, and this is especially true when it comes to paying down your debt! If you want to find financial freedom, you have to define (and refine) your budget.
Lately I’ve been sharing how I paid off a massive amount of debt in two months. One of the key parts of this is to understand impulse buying.
So today I encourage you to really sit with this post. Grab a pen and paper, it ends with homework. 😉
Many financial gurus will tell you to avoid credit cards, even those that offer incentives. I totally get where they’re coming from, BUT credit cards can be a great way to help you actually get OUT of debt!
Finding legit ways to make extra money can be tricky, but it’s important if you’re on a mission to get out of debt. That’s why today we’re going to go over the extra income ideas I used to pay down $10,000 in two months!
If you want to maximize your tax refund this year, there’s ONE guideline to follow: stop seeing it as “free money”!