Doubt (lack of confidence in oneself and one's abilities) Doubt is a powerful force, it can stop you from reaching your goals or stop you from becoming who you want to be. Why do we doubt? Is it because we are scared? Or is it because we are inexperienced, or perhaps it is because we … Continue reading Feeling doubtful about yourself ?
Covid-19 has caused massive damage economically and socially. Some of these damages include people losing their income, benefits, and even their jobs. According CIDRAP, over 20 million jobs in the U.S have been lost due to Covid-19. It is important to stay hopeful and positive during this crisis. But it is hard to do so, … Continue reading Covid-19 and Your Wallet
Self-employment is something to consider when choosing a career or making a career change. It is something one might consider when wanting to make more money as well. Scott Hodges (non-affiliate) started doing real estate in June of 2012. This began his personal self-employment journey. His story teaches many valuable things about self-employment. Backstory His … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Self Employment
Credit cards can either be a good thing or a bad thing. What it takes to make it a good thing depends on how the individual handles their money. In fact, credit cards make up 26.2% of the total consumer debt in the United States which is over $1 trillion. This is a growing issue because … Continue reading Making Credit Cards Pay You
Money is Important It is no debate that money is essential in this day of age, it is how we buy the things we need; shelter, food, water, and so on. Of course, we have to earn the money, trading something for something whether that be any form of work. Though making money is very … Continue reading Do you really need it?
Today there is a growing tool that takes great responsibility to use correctly, that tool is credit. With responsibility, consequences can come from it if failed. According to CBS News, 73% of Americans are in debt. The average amount is close to $62,000 per person. Some people are happy when they are approved for a … Continue reading Debt a Social Norm
Fast food, this article may give you second thoughts before you bite into that Big Mac. The average American spends over $1,200 on fast food a year. The average Brit spends about £1,300 a year. Eating takeaway may be good when in a rush but overall it should be avoided for the reason of savings … Continue reading Fast Food: The destroyer of Health and Money
For more post like this check out E. Leukhardt Blog What is Resilience? Resilience, a trait many great leaders and people have had. Resilience is defined as the ability to spring back after trial and hardship. Resilience is how life moves on and things are done. There are many great examples of resilience in history … Continue reading Resilience, a Process
Many times I have attempted at keeping a good saving and I learned something. It is really hard! With multiple failures comes multiple chances to learn. After researching from each try, I picked up and developed a few tips, so hopefully; you as well as I can succeed in savings. Before jumping right into saving … Continue reading Incorporating Savings into a Budget
A new year means brand new goals to attempt. Most the time half those goals fail or partially fail but why do they turn out like that in the first place. Lack of motivation, unrealistic goals, lack of prior planning, and excuses are some of these contributing factors in goal failure. Having goals succeed requires … Continue reading Tips & Steps for Goals