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Happy Money New Year

Can you do it differently in the new year?? Yes, you can. You need to CUT it… I think the first you sure check your bank account and check for things you’re buying that you don’t mean today. Here is an example from my life. I signed up for one of those food delivery services. […]

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Teaching Kid Money in a Pandemic

Normally, I would not write about things that are going on in society. Because they do not correlate with teaching your kids about money. However, I felt like Covid 19 was different. There is a lot of financial lessons that can be taught to your kids from the Coronavirus. And with everybody practicing social distancing […]

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Dead End Jobs have a Place

Oh, crap did I just do it again? Did I just get another job… Ok, people so a moment of truth… for the past five years I have had a list of countless dead-end jobs, but not because of what you think. With my past working experience, it would be easy to get a “good” […]

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Family Asking You for Money

Of course, you would know it. It’s October and the first month I start my new journey to becoming debt free. The plan was to finish paying off my last $40,000 in debt before my 40th birthday on July 28, 2020. Surely if I got rid of $350,000 in debt in 4 years, I could […]

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4 Money Tips for Single Women

I have never been married and that has left me with a lot of experiencing in handling my money alone as a single woman. Being in a girlfriend boyfriend relationship is not the same as being married. There are times when the lines can get a little blurred like when your living together but it’s […]

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Budgeting 101 for Parents

Budgeting Made Simple As you know I’m a speaker and I’m also on tour with my children books. Over the weekend I have the opportunity to speak with a group of teenagers and their parents about budgeting. I had a great time and the teens were very interested.  A few even came to me to ask […]

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I’m Not Invincible! Lesson Learned

August Guest Blogger: Dominique Gonzales   Imagine opening a medical bill, and the total amount due is over $500,000. How would you react to this? My immediate thought was, “Ha! They’re never going to get that kind of money from me.” At the time, there was no way that I could have come up with […]

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5 Tips for Saving Money while Back to School Shopping

Wow, I’m so excited it back to school season. As a child, I hated back to school season, but as a parent, I cheer for the first day. No, seriously I do. My little monsters have taken over the house and my work place. Hint, Hint I’m an entrepreneur working from home. Don’t get me […]

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Money Advice From Mother to Daughter (Part 3)

I want to quote a little from this guest blogger Elkinsette. If you have not read her post you should. “I did a good job hiding my money issues from her. She had what she needed. We had a place to live and food in the fridge. It was the mounting credit card debt she […]

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