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Dead End Jobs have a Place

Oh, crap did I just do it again? Did I just get another job… Ok, people so a moment of truth… for the past five years I have had a list of countless dead-end jobs, but not because of what you think. With my past working experience, it would be …

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Family Asking You for Money

Of course, you would know it. It’s October and the first month I start my new journey to becoming debt free. The plan was to finish paying off my last $40,000 in debt before my 40th birthday on July 28, 2020. Surely if I got rid of $350,000 in debt …

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Children’s Need for Financial Literacy

Children and Money Many adults believe that the topic of money is too complex for children. However, this type of mindset can be harmful to a child’s financial future. Money is a topic that should be taught to children at a young age. Financial literacy is like any other learned …

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College Bound – Don’t Forget the Fees

If you are the parent of a high school senior you are more than likely going to graduations in the next few days or weeks. I am sure if your reading this post-college is on your mind. Here are fees you should know about before your kids go to college. …

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3 Apps that Help me Save or Make Money

Must people phones are their lifelines. So, it was vital for me to share some of the apps I have been using to save a little money. I always like making and saving money. To be honest I am finding that apps are helping me out with that. I have …

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4 Money Tips for Single Women

I have never been married and that has left me with a lot of experiencing in handling my money alone as a single woman. Being in a girlfriend boyfriend relationship is not the same as being married. There are times when the lines can get a little blurred like when …

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Money Movie Madness

It is 1:37 AM and I am up writing this blog. For some of you reading this that is late, but for other creators like me, that’s our morning. But tonight, is different. After a delicious Sunday dinner, my brother and I decided to go to the movies to see …

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She Like Learning About Money

Hello, it’s been a minute, but I’m back to blogging. I want to share this recent story that happened. My niece wants to be an actress, and I needed some kids to be in a video I was recording about my business. So of course, I call her dad and …

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Budgeting 101 for Parents

Budgeting Made Simple As you know I’m a speaker and I’m also on tour with my children books. Over the weekend I have the opportunity to speak with a group of teenagers and their parents about budgeting. I had a great time and the teens were very interested.  A few even …

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I’m Not Invincible! Lesson Learned

August Guest Blogger: Dominique Gonzales   Imagine opening a medical bill, and the total amount due is over $500,000. How would you react to this? My immediate thought was, “Ha! They’re never going to get that kind of money from me.” At the time, there was no way that I …