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In Personal Finance on
April 12, 2019

How To Stop Paying Full Price Without Spending All Your Time Researching

I HATE paying full price for items. I am a firm believer that one should never pay full price for pizza, but I also understand that being cheap can take a lot of time. Lucky for you, there are SO many apps and websites these days that help you save money even when you don’t feel like wading through and doing all the research yourself. Today’s article will walk you through some common ways to find deals and steals.

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How To Stop Paying Full Price Without Spending All Your Time Researching | Tired of spending all of your time clipping coupons when you are trying to save money? Check out my post all about how to stop paying full price without spending all your time researching. I am rounding up 10 of my favorite resources that will help you save money without the hassle. Save money on food, entertainment, travel, and more. #PersonalFinance #Saving #SaveMoney

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In career, Personal Finance on
December 18, 2018

5 Things I Am Doing To Change My Money Mindset For 2019

2019 is coming faster than I’d like to admit. For me, 2019 is going to be all about getting my finances in order. My goals are to find the perfect clients that make me excited about my job every day, without the burnout. The burnout as a freelancer can be real, y’all. In 2019, my goal is to work with people and companies that make my heart sing.

In addition to working with awesome people, I need to be serious about money mindset. Those amazing clients will show up when I am clear about what I do, what I want in clients, and what I’d like to charge for that. I’ve been taking my biz and flying by the seat of my pants, but in 2019, I am changing that.

Here are five things that I am doing to change my money mindset in 2019.

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5 Things I Am Doing To Change My Money Mindset For 2019 | 2019 is quickly approaching, although I'm sure you've heard that a million times. This blog post is all about what I'm doing to change my money mindset for the new year. We've all got money baggage, but that doesn't mean it's permanent. We can work on bettering ourselves any time we want! #PersonalFinance #MoneyMindset #MoneyManagement

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In Personal Finance on
August 28, 2018

Why You Need A Bill Tracking Spreadsheet & How To Create One

A month or so I did something I’ve never done. I looked at all my bills lined up in a row, and I understood exactly what was coming out of my bank account and when. This is not something that typically happens in my life. Usually, it’s quite the opposite if I am honest. This bill tracking spreadsheet has been such a blessing to my life, and I’ve only been using it for a month. Today let’s chat about why you need a bill tracking spreadsheet and how to create one that’s practical and helpful.

Why You Need A Bill Tracking Spreadsheet & How To Create One | Are you tired of bills coming out of your bank account without you realizing it? Bills can be hard to track and keep on top of, but today I have a solution for you. Today's blog is all about why you need a bill tracking spreadsheet, and I am even giving you a template you can download right now. #PersonalFinance #BillTracking #MoneyManagement

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