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4 Ways to Enjoy Life on a Budget

Budget is a word so many people dread. For them, having a budget feels so restrictive and no fun. However, financial experts agree that you need a budget to put your financial house in order; keep your bills manageable and be on top of your own money. While budgeting seems like a daunting task most especially for those with a …

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5 Embarrassing Mindsets That Kept Me PoorBlog, Finance

5 Embarrassing Mindsets That Keep You Poor

Admittedly, this is not my first attempt at improving my finances. I’ve tried many times before and I’ve also miserably failed many times.  I would blame my young age for all those failures because, I thought, when you are young you are kind of prone to mismanaging your money. I remember 10 years ago, my weekly goal was just to …

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I love checklists and I admit, I am one of those people who make a checklist for anything I want to make a progress in. If you have a big goal, checklists can help you break it down into smaller, more achievable goals or milestones. This is most especially important for goals that don’t happen overnight.Finance

My Financial Freedom Checklist -Steps to Financial Independence

I can’t just blindly take a stab at this financial journey thing without a clearer plan on how to achieve it, right? I figured, I need to have a roadmap of some sort to reach it. So, today, I made my own financial freedom checklist so I can see the big picture a little bit clearer and know what steps …

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Setting off on a journey to financial freedom was not just a random decision that I made out of the blue. I became a mom in January, I lost my father in November last year and partly blamed my finances for it, and our family time suffered a lot because my husband had to work every day to maintain our household. I knew that I had to step in and do something to improve the quality of our life.Blog, Finance

Welcome! My Financial Journey Starts Here

  My financial journey starts here. Setting off on this financial road trip was not just a random decision. I became a mom in January, I lost my father in November last year and partly blamed my finances for it, and my husband had to work every single day to maintain our household. I knew that I had to step in …

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