January 3, 2018
I remember when I first decided to apply for Project Money. I really didn’t think that I would get picked but I was still looking for some financial coaching, so I said why not, it’s a win-win. When I got picked, I was so excited, but was aware that it would be a lot of work on my part.
The ego of spending
December 27, 2017
Around the holidays (Christmas mostly) I notice how money comes in forms of our own ego. When I refer to ego, I’m talking about an expanded version of ourselves. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think there is anything wrong with having a big ego, I think it’s pretty healthy actually. Having a big ego is what helps many very successful people succeed. They operate from a bigger version of who they currently are, therefore that become that. In that form, an ego help us create a better reality which is great.
December 20, 2017
Now that I accomplished my goal of paying of my credit card debt and watching my credit score go up, now what’s next? The reason why I chose to focused just on my credit card because it was doing major damage to my credit score. One of my biggest goal is to purchase a house next year.
Believe and you will achieve
December 13, 2017
Starting Project Money back in June, I had 3 goals, 1. Pay off my credit card, 2. Improve my credit score and 3. Save for a down payment for a house. I am so happy to announce that all of my credit cards are paid off in full.
Holiday spending pressure as a single mom
December 6, 2017
Being a single mother during the holidays is soooo sooo stressful. It’s the pressure to make Christmas “special” or I believe “expensive”. Some families get extras jobs just to get their child the toys they want.
Smart goals equal financial health
November 29, 2017
As a health coach/personal trainer, when I meet new clients or even current clients we are always figuring out what is the right goal. First, we talk about SMART goals, (specific, measurable, achievable, results, and time). Most people say I want to have more energy and feel better in my body.