Remember how you felt less than two months ago when you couldn’t get mom that gift you really wanted to give her? Yeah. Painful wasn’t it. Saddening just a little? Well guess what? It doesn’t have to be like that EVERY. YEAR. You can change your approach and prepare for Christmas now. NOW is the time to start saving for Christmas! I faced a disaster … Continue reading Prepare for Christmas NOW
Yesterday evening, I was casually scrolling through Instagram when I rolled up on William McDowell’s post to go read Tasha Cobbs Leonard’s instastories. Here I am thinking I’m about to see something so profound. I was surprisingly disappointed to see that it was simply basic money advice. Now don’t get me wrong. I wholeheartedly appreciate Tasha using her platform to encourage her followers to be … Continue reading Rant: Tasha Cobbs Leonard’s Instastory about Money
Hey Fam! So, last week we discussed the wreck that was my journey to financial independence in 2018. Tragic as it was, it wasn’t the end of the story AMEN?! Because I am trying to get rid of the habit of beating myself up for my “not-so-great” choices, I am making this post to celebrate my WONDERFUL choices to counteract the negativity lol. Let’s dig … Continue reading Money Matters: My 2018 Money Wins
Hey Fam! A little while ago, I introduced a series called “Money Matters”because at the end of the day, it does! We need money to survive in this world whether we like it or not and we should be good stewards over that money. To start this conversation out here on the blog, I’m sharing my money FAILS of 2018. The tragedy that was my … Continue reading Money Matters: My 2018 Money Fails
Happy Monday Friends!
So it’s never really a good day to talk about money, but today is as good as any!
We all have money goals, right?. To sum it all up – we want to be rich and not have to ask anyone for anything. And rightfully so! The Lord told us we would be lenders and not borrowers! It’s ok to want to be “rich”. But what classifies as rich REALLY? Continue reading “New Series: Money Matters”