I apologize that it’s been so long since my last blog post. I am hoping to get on a weekly schedule, but my husband has been editing my posts, and hasn’t gotten to the one’s I’ve written yet. So, no weekly posts just yet. But hopefully soon. In the Credit Savvy Diva community on Facebook… Read More Prepping for the Holidays
Many times people fail to create a budget simply because they don’t understand the importance of having one and because they feel it’s overly complicated. Creating a budget doesn’t have to be complicated though. In fact, it can be very simple. You need to know what a budget does first. And a budget has… Read More It’s Complicated
Halloween will be here in a few short weeks and I don’t know about you, but in our home that means the start of the holiday season. Time to start thinking about Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Time to start sending party invitations, to start planning for ways to give back to our communities,… Read More Holiday Planning; How Early is Too Early?
Two days before last Christmas my daughter decided that she wanted an Aurora doll. She had never mentioned it before and all of our Christmas shopping was already done. She had asked for a few other items that I’d already bought and put under the tree, so I decided that it wasn’t necessary to purchase… Read More Instilling a Grateful Heart in our Children
I am focusing on being more grateful in my everyday life. I’m sure that everyone has heard the Teddy Roosevelt quote, “Comparison is the thief of joy.” Well, how do you counteract that? By being thankful for what you do have and not focusing on what you don’t have. Right? Easier said than done I… Read More Gratitude
When I was thinking about what direction I wanted to go when it came to my career, I realized that I had a wealth of financial knowledge (good and bad) but no where to share it. I knew that I didn’t want to go back to a traditional 9-5 with my girls in the picture.… Read More What is Financial Coaching?