Earlier this week I heard on the radio that 50% of people will have given up on their New Years Resolution in 3 weeks. It’s hard to believe that we start out the fresh New Year with great intentions, but fail to follow through. A lot of times we really need to follow through on some
I’ve got an addiction. An addiction that needs to be dealt with and some support group needs to be formed. Here is my addiction…I love utilizing spreadsheets! I do! I love them so much that I spreadsheet everything in my life. There. I did it. I admitted it. Step #1 on my way to recovery.
New Years Resolutions are three weeks in our rear view mirrors and we are starting to realize that our resolutions are slowly becoming unobtainable. Our motivation is waning, and we are beginning to have this hopeless feeling. Like our lives are never going to change. “But we said this year is going to be different!”
Happy New Year!! 2016 is now in the books, and everyone is faced (either positively or negatively) the course of charting through 2017. What will this next year hold? Are you feeling overwhelmed or extremely positive? With each year it brings about new challenges and circumstances that we must adjust too. We can’t just sit
Ever since I graduated college in 1999, I have set out all my goals from 22 to 85 years old. I met with a financial adviser right out of school, and he said one of the biggest things you can you do to secure your financial future is set goals. Goals from now until when you think you’ll
When debt gets out of control and causes a consumer financial distress, most consumers don’t want to look for help to get back on the right financial path. As one of the most taboo subjects in our culture according to a CreditCards.com survey, the majority of us don’t want to ask anyone for financial help