Anyone that knows me understands how much my dog Coco means to me. She is my rock. She is my confidant. She is my best buddy. She rescued me as much as I rescued her. Since I’m single and have no kids, and also tend to be a high level introvert, Coco is my world
If you are young or just starting out on your financial education journey, I’ve compiled a few financial tips for college grads & newbies that will help you save wisely, spend smarter, and learn to live your best life without sacrificing your financial freedom. The key is to start saving as early as you can!
As the holidays and the end of the year approaches, it’s a great time to stop and reflect upon your life and be thankful for things in your life, especially the little things. You can use this time to create a routine of reflection to be thankful every day in your life, not just during
It’s inevitable that you will retire one day. Whether you retire early or wait until your ‘golden years’ to retire, we all need to develop a plan to secure our own comfortable retirement. I’ve seen a lot of stories recently that most people are not prepared for their future. They spend beyond their means, take
Do you ever wonder how some of the smart people you know seem to get smarter every day? I have, and I decided to explore the habits these people have that continue to increase their knowledge. Here are some of the ways I’ve found to help make you smarter. Learn something new. There are so
Developing rituals and creating daily habits leads to success. The people that are most successful have created daily rituals that help them start their day off right. Their rituals help them put their best foot forward, keep their day on track, and make them more productive. Daily rituals of successful people establish routines that get you moving on autopilot, ensuring