Are You Maximizing Your Employer’s Health & Wellness Benefits?

Making the most of your employer's health and wellness benefits

Today, I have a guest post for you from Brandy over at Busted Budget. Please check out her blog after you’ve finished reading her helpful article about making the most of your employer’s benefits program. If you’re interested in showcasing your work and would like to guest post, please get in touch! The desire to be […]

The Power of Perseverance and Belief in Yourself

Power of Perseverance and Belief

Throughout the time the hubby and I have been paying debt off, there has been a welcome shift in the way we view money. There’s also been a shift around how we motivate ourselves to pay off debt, which I think has had a great impact on the success we’ve had so far in trying to […]

5 Tips to Help You Control Your Debt

5 Tips to Help You Control Your Debt

Debt can be a scary word. Whether you’re young and in University, or you’re 45 and well into your career, debt can affect anyone and everyone. According to statistics from Nerd Wallet, the average amount of debt for a US household is $15,607 on credit cards, $153,500 on a mortgage, and $32,656 in student loans. […]

The Versatile Blogger Award And General Ramblings

The Versatile Blogger Award

Happy Friday! How’s your week been so far? Mine has been really good although really busy. I’ve not had a great deal of time to dedicate to the blog this week as I’ve been busy working on a new eBook as mentioned in my post on Wednesday. I hope to be able to share it with […]