Posts tagged debt
8 Ways To Improve Your Credit Without A Credit Card

We’ve been told that in order to build a positive credit history, we need to open a credit card (secured or unsecured), make a small purchase once a month, stay under 30% of our credit limit and pay off the balance every month. Although this can be a great tool to build or rebuild your credit, this is not the only solution.

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5 Ways To Save On Back To School Shopping

As the start of a new school year looms, many parents across the world are asking the same question. “How do I get my kids what they need for school at reasonable prices?” Every dollar counts when it comes to back to school shopping.

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Yoga Journal Feature: “How Yoga Transformed Me After Financial Loss and Ruin!”

I’m so excited that Yoga Journal featured me and five other fabulous yogis in their “Yoga Saved Me” movement — a collection of stories from people sharing how yoga has positively impacted and transformed their lives. 

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Go To College Debt Free! Pay Off Student Loan Debt!

If you’ve decided that college is for you, then it’s time to be proactive with learning your financial options. Choose a major that will contribute to the “Level Up” in your career. The goal is to NOT depend on student loans. Did you know that 44 million Americans collectively owe $1.5 Trillion in student loan debt? That’s a lot of money. Why borrow when there are debt free options?

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3 Ways To Jumpstart Your Christmas Savings

Who doesn’t love the Christmas Holiday season? The beautiful lights, decorations, the smell of home cooked meals, the smiles on children’s faces, and the excitement in the eyes of friends and family. It’s an amazing time to enjoy, relax and have fun!

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3 Ways To Help You Hit Your Summer Financial Goals!

It’s summertime! Plenty of sunshine, blue skies, traveling, and lots of barbeques. This is a wonderful time of year, but it’s also a time of year when we tend to spend more and fall off track with our monthly budgeting. If you’ve fallen off track, that’s ok. It’s not about the “fall”, it’s about “how you react” to the fall… 

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10 Generous Gift-Giving Strategies That Won't Break The Bank

Now that the holiday season is over, it doesn’t mean the spending stops. Many of us are shopping, traveling, eating out, catching all the new movies, celebrating birthdays, and enjoying quality time with family and friends. But how can you be generous and buy gifts for others, and even yourself, without breaking the bank?

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5 Things To Do When Relocating

I began to feel like I was missing out on something. I really wasn’t sure what that "something" was, but I just new I needed a change. I knew that I needed to reach a new level to get new results in different areas of my life. After a lot of praying, journaling, researching, meditating, and some good ole self talk, I realized that what I needed was relocation. 

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6 Tips To End The Cycle of Living Paycheck To Paycheck

Do you stress and worry while waiting until your next payday? If you didn’t earn money for a month, would you still have enough money saved or invested to pay your monthly expenses? Do you wake up or go to sleep with money issues on your mind? When you think about your finances, do you immediately feel overwhelmed and defeated?

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