Why a Line of Credit Is a Better Option Than a Loan?

All business owners, at some point, need to borrow money from other sources to maintain or upgrade their businesses. It is crucial to carefully analyze your financing alternatives, whether you are starting a new business, filling a cash flow gap, or growing an existing one. Applying for a business line of credit or taking out … Continue reading “Why a Line of Credit Is a Better Option Than a Loan?”

Best Apps to Find Clothes by Picture

If you’re like most people, you probably don’t have a lot of time to go shopping for clothes. And even if you do have some time, chances are you just don’t have the patience to try on different pieces in a store and figure out which one fits best. With a picture app like AI-powered … Continue reading “Best Apps to Find Clothes by Picture”

How Much Money Is Enough? Ultimate Answer

In the survey, you shared hundreds of individual concerns, but one theme kept cropping up in various ways: “I just don’t have enough money!” I’ve assumed for this article that when people say that, they mean, that they don’t have enough money to pay their bills/debts, save, and do the other things they know they need … Continue reading “How Much Money Is Enough? Ultimate Answer”

How To Identify Your Spending Triggers (Proven Ways)

About three years ago, I was an active yoga student. I went 4 days per week, every week, for 4+ years. I loved everything about yoga, and I had started a little website to bring the Atlanta yoga community together. An owner of a local yoga clothing store caught wind of my site, and wanted … Continue reading “How To Identify Your Spending Triggers (Proven Ways)”

The #1 Way to Save Money on Food (No Couponing Required!)

A lot of people think that the only way to save money on food is to buy in bulk or to cook from scratch. Both of those methods can save you money, but they’re not the only ways. Here are some creative ways to save money on food without changing your eating habits. It should … Continue reading “The #1 Way to Save Money on Food (No Couponing Required!)”

The 20 Smart Moves For Your Year-End Bonus

It’s that time of year again when many of us are thinking about our year-end bonus. Whether you’re planning on using it for a big purchase, investing it, or just saving it, here are a few smart moves to consider. Hello, everyone It’s a bright, sunny day in the world of Corporate America. The economy … Continue reading “The 20 Smart Moves For Your Year-End Bonus”

The First Step to Fearless Investing [You Should Follow]

My clients often share with me that they want to travel. They want to explore historic European landmarks that they’ve only seen in pictures, traipse through Africa in search of the Big 5, and eat their way through exotic Asian cuisine. I’m always eager to build a plan to bring these travel dreams to life. And … Continue reading “The First Step to Fearless Investing [You Should Follow]”

Will I Ever Stop Feeling Guilty About Spending Money?

A few days ago, I was on a call with my client, Emma*. Emma was in the thick of paying off a lot of credit card debt–not from shop-til-you-drop mistakes, but because she needed credit cards to get her through some hard times earlier in life. We talked about her successes, tweaked a few little … Continue reading “Will I Ever Stop Feeling Guilty About Spending Money?”

Peek Inside My Financial Life: My Credit Card

“Peek Inside My Financial Life” where I share my personal strategies, products, services, etc. plus how I stack up on taking my own advice. Before diving into a Credit card, check out How to Make Financial Changes Credit cards are a hot topic for, well, everyone ever. Some people love them so much they have … Continue reading “Peek Inside My Financial Life: My Credit Card”

50 Fun Things To Do That Don’t Cost Money

Want a peek into my life? Right now, I’m keeping my eyes wide open to find fun things to do that don’t cost money. To understand why we have to rewind– 2019 has so far been The Year of Big Life Transitions. All this transition and change is exciting, but it inevitably screws with your … Continue reading “50 Fun Things To Do That Don’t Cost Money”

How to Make Financial Changes – Ultimate Guide

If I know you, I know this to be true: You’ve likely tried a ton of things to get your finances in order–very few of which have stuck for the long-term. So, I am going to share with you the ultimate guide on financial changes! You likely tried Mint.com and hated being notified that you went over budget … Continue reading “How to Make Financial Changes – Ultimate Guide”

How to Explain When Other People Need Your Money

Today I am going to share tips and conversations for when other people need your money or financial help. One day, I was working with a client, (we’ll call her Helen), who was in a bit of a financial pickle. Helen recently took on some of her parent’s monthly expenses, due to some painful circumstances … Continue reading “How to Explain When Other People Need Your Money”