Posts tagged finance
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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12 Tips To Prepare For Essence Festival

Are you going to Essence Festival next year? If so, now is the time to plan. Yes it's seems far away, but these months will fly by so fast and it will be here before you now it. 

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20 Ways to Prepare Kids for Wealth Building

We can sometimes underestimate the power in kids. We assume that financial education is too complicated for them or it's too much pressure for a child to learn and discuss.

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The Time Is Now

What do you want to do with your life? Who do you want to be? Where do you want to go? What do you want to change? How long have you procrastinated? What are you waiting for? What's holding you back? 

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10 Things Single Motherhood Has Taught Me

I read so many teen mom struggle stories. I wondered, "If they can’t do it, who am I to think I can be any different?" As I continued to research more and more, I found so many teen mom success stories. People who overcame the negative statistics that were placed on them.

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11 Job Interview Tips

Whether if you're employed, self employed or both, you're continuously interviewing for many opportunities all the time. Some may be formal and some may be informal. Remember to always be ready so you won't live with regret wishing you would have been ready for a missed opportunity. 

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How Yoga and Finance Correlate!

When setting new goals at any time of the year, the two topics that are usually at the top of the list are Fitness and Finance. Improving what we eat and how we workout are always goals because we all want to look better, feel better and live longer. Becoming financially stable and maintaining it are always goals so that we can create wealth for generations to come. So, how are the two related?

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15 Things To Be Grateful For Today!

Don’t get caught up in what you don’t have or what’s going wrong in your life. Instead, focus on the positive things. Most times the things we think are simple and basic, are really the things we should be the most thankful and grateful for.

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5 Ideas For Valentine's Day!

Some hate it, some love it, and some simply do not care. I personally feel it's not that serious to complain about. For those who love it, let them have their fun. For those who hate it, why waste time complaining about it? Why put that much energy into a day you care nothing about? 

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10 Travel To Do's

Traveling is such a huge topic! We all love it. Whether if it's domestic or international travel, we all want to experience it. Many people make the mistake of not being prepared. Even if it's a last minute trip, you can still get organized and prepared before you leave so your trip will be a success.

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5 Podcasts To Add To Your Playlist

The power of podcasts is getting stronger everyday. You get to listen to your favorite topics, while still being able to multitask and get other important things done each day. Whether if it's for entertainment or education, there are thousands of podcasts to choose from. 

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11 Tips To Help You Prepare For Tax Season

Are you excited and prepared for the 2017 Tax Season? Or are you confused and overwhelmed? Tax Season happens every year around the same time. The best way to make sure it goes as smooth as possible is to ALWAYS be prepared, Mentally and Physically. Some may think tax season is a breeze and others may have more complicated factors that cause them stress and frustration. 

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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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