6 Steps To Spring Clean Your Finances

Follow these 6 steps to clean up your finances. It's spring and you know what that means...spring cleaning! But I'm not talking about deep cleaning your baseboards, as fun as that sounds. I'm talking about spring cleaning your finances! (Which totally does sound fun to me.) If you're like me,…

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Gratitude Is the Secret to Financial Success

Start practicing gratitude to resist temptation and be more content with what you have. We live in a consumer driven world. All day we’re bombarded with ads exposing us to all sorts of temptations. Whether it’s that Olive Garden email that has you suddenly craving pasta or that Apple commercial…

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Why Feeling Scarcity Is Good For Your Budget

It's no fun being broke. It's less fun being broke and in debt. But if you've ever been either, you'll know what scarcity feels like. Scarcity is that feeling of crushing disappointment you get when you realize that thing you want is just outside of your budget. It's depressing, frustrating,…

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7 Easy Ways to Simplify Your Finances

I'm on a bit of a simplification kick right now. The #DeclutterChallege has prompted me to re-think clutter everywhere. I've expanded the idea to tackle my digital world by deleting apps on my phone, categorizing the tabs in my browser and consolidating the apps I use. And after the success…

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5 Ways to Automate Your Finances

Full disclosure: I’m a bit of a control freak. I don’t think I’m overbearing or bossy, but I definitely get stressed when I’m affecting by something outside of my control. In school, group projects would literally keep me up at night. The idea of half my grade being in someone…

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