Today is New Years Eve, 2017! And, “Oh my God,” I will be 35 next month. This has got to be the year, in my boss’ words, “that I get off my tricycle and get on my motorcycle.” Some things have got to stop in your 30s, starting 2018. Don’t worry! This isn’t a “new year, new me” post or a “new year’s resolution” post. I won’t … Continue reading Happy New Year: Here are 10 Things We Need to Leave in 2017
I promised myself that I wouldn’t make a New Year’s resolution this year because it’s a little cliche’ and too traditional. Besides, people usually ditch their resolutions by the end of January. I figured if I could wait until the end of January, warm up to the new year and continue to transform my mindset as well as my spiritual man, my chances of sticking … Continue reading What Are Your Goals for Personal Development This Year?
Around tax-season, the common goal is getting the most out of your tax-refunds, although, all of the IRS literature filled with ever-changing tax laws, tax-credits and deductions that you have to learn feels like an over-load of information Continue reading Tax Season: Tips for Single Parents Looking to get the Most out of Their Refunds
I’ll be the first to admit my overspending habit on holidays (and I do suffer the consequences afterward). Well, Valentine’s Day is within reach–and if you’re anything at all like most of us–perhaps you should consider a few frugal tips to help save money while still keeping your day special. Continue reading 8 fun tips for a budget-friendly Valentine’s Day