When attempting to figure out the how, you must determine the why. Why is it that you don’t have enough money and tend to overspend before you can account for your income?
To all of you, young and old, who are afraid to stand up for your beliefs whether it’s in relationships, career or financially, you can do it. Don’t paralyze your growth.
You deserve to have an abundant life. You can, when you are able to accept the journey and map your solutions.
Dr. Maya Angelou leaves her legacy at the age of 86. She will be missed.
From the Fabulous and Money Savvy community to you, have a safe and happy Memorial Day!
Memorial Day is the unofficial beginning to summer with many traveling more than 50 miles from home.
Whether you decide to spend time with yourself or someone else who’s significant, make it a joyous occasion and bring out the best in you.
What has worked for you in the past isn’t going to always work for you today or in the future.
What you do, say, eat, read, and practice becomes a part of you.
More households are counting their pennies to avoid going further into debt. At the same time working each and every day is beginning to take a toll on their body. Instead of opting for an all inclusive trip or traveling by plane, train or automobile people are staying at home.
Society has convinced too many households that’s it’s too expensive to eat healthy. Not to mention, the myth of believing there’s not enough time in the day to prepare a healthy meal isn’t factual.
There’s too much information available for you to research and take time each day to read instead of repeating false information.
Happy Mother’s Day! Celebrate a job well done.
There are many consequences to borrowing from your retirement plan. One major move can cost you thousands.
H&M has a weekend sale that starts from $4.95.
It’s unfortunate that Mekhi Phifer owes in taxes and child support while he continues to spend beyond his means.
Now is the time to stop living as if you are fake rich and start investing in your future beginning with changing your mindset.
Now, more than ever, it’s not uncommon to find a home with three generations living under one roof. The baby boomers are caregivers for their parents while still taking care of their adult children.
Loft has a sale that is worth browsing at 40% off select items.
Many want to know if there is a difference between good debt and bad debt along with making prudent decisions.
Bahiyah Shabazz had the pleasure of providing financial empowerment to an audience whose ready for financial freedom.
Get tips that will save your budget while you enhance your beauty.
It’s day 30! Keep up the momentum. Now that you have engaged in a constant activity over the past 29 days, it’s up to you to continue to stretch out your comfort zone.
US Employees Credit Union partnered with Balance Financial Fitness and held a lunch & learn on Identity Theft Solutions.
It’s day 29! Since you’re at the end of the month, this is a great time to share your financial experience with someone.
It’s day 28! Revisit your budget. In order to see improvement in your financial habits you must be willing to consistently put in the work.
It’s day 27! One of the best gestures you can do for you is to show support. Make the decision to schedule to attend a workshop.
It’s day 26, financial literacy month. Choose the second financial book for month. Even better, focus on a book that will promote growth and further your knowledge in all aspects of your life.
It’s day 25, financial literacy month. Stop complaining about the economy, the inability of making ends meet, and the fear of the market.
It’s day 24, financial literacy month. When was the last time you met with your financial advisor or financial coach?
It’s day 23, financial literacy month. It never fails that an unexpected expense will occur. The best thing you can do for yourself is to prepare for it.
It’s day 22, financial literacy month. If more people realized that wealth has more to do with how much you save instead of how much you earn there would be less debt.
As we celebrate earth day on its annual marking, let’s also be mindful on ways to save.
It’s day 21, financial literacy month. Spending money without any regard as to when or how much is how many consumers end up in debt.