Girls Just Wanna Have Funds | Breaking Financial Ceilings One Stiletto At A Time
But we’re so stressed about money because we can’t keep or get enough of it. I know you see your friends on social media going on vacations, shopping and even going out to dinner on weekends. They’ve got the kind of money situation you really, really, really want.
Look, if budgets and diets worked, we’d all be rich, skinny, and debt free. But we’re so stressed about money because we can’t keep or get enough of it. And this stops us from managing it well.
I know you see your friends on social media going on vacations, shopping and even going out to dinner on weekends. They’ve got the kind of money situation you really, really, really want. But you don’t have time to play keeping up with the Jones’ on Instagram and Facebook.
I’ll show you how to create the financial life you deserve, not the one you settled for. Even if you’re fed up with the broke life and even if you’ve tried “budgeting” before. This isn’t about creating the perfect budget. But about escaping the cycle of overspending and living check to check.
Discover where you can spend less and save money for the things you want – without getting an extra job, sliding down a pole or worrying about how to make ends meet Girls Just Wanna Have Funds | Breaking Financial Ceilings One Stiletto At A Time
Fiscally Chic – saving money with style
You’re going to see my smiling face around here more often 🙂 Apparently my summer sabbatical turned into an extended blogging vacation and I started to miss this creative outlet.
Of course there’s the standard, eat healthier, try to keep the house clean, and work out more. To help stay motivated on the exercise front, I asked for a Fitbit Alta for Christmas. I love tracking and analyzing my stats, but I still need to do better about consistently hitting 10K steps. Seeing how little I move when I’m parked in front of a computer all day is pretty depressing. At least my Fitbit reminds me to move every hour. And let’s not even discuss my paltry sleep. As Jim Gaffigan says, “bedtime is a crisis” and our kids are taking shifts waking up in the middle of the night.
When it comes to self-employment, my BHAG (big hairy audacious goal) is to replace my corporate salary with that from Brightwater Financial, Brightwater Accounting, and this blog. I’m still formalizing my plans for the year, but things are already humming along with Brightwater Accounting (it is tax season, after all!). I’m also considering offering some online products like spreadsheets and workbooks in addition to the services offered.
People may spend their whole lives climbing the ladder of success only to find, once they reach the top, that the ladder is leaning against the wrong wall. Saving Money with Style
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