I don’t know about you but when I was younger I had a whole different image of what billionaires looked like. They all owned the nicest sports cars, had pools, tennis courts in their houses. It was all very Daddy Warbucks from Annie in my mind. Now, I suppose there are billionaires like that but the ones I’m going to focus on today are the ones we should be looking up to. After digging around and doing some research on Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Mark Zukerberg I started to see a lot of common tips that they all shared. If you are striving to have more money in your life, retire comfortably or just need a little financial boost these tips are for you. In fact, I think they are for everyone. Even if you don’t plan on reaching billionaire status in your lifetime, these are the top 10 ways you can act like a billionaire.
Lately, I have been thinking back on one of my greatest blogging victories and I can’t believe I didn’t share it with you sooner! I had been blogging for 9 months without seeing any real earnings. Then, by changing just a few simple affiliate marketing strategies, I went from $0 to $1,200 in affiliate marketing sales in one month! I had already read books, blog posts, and taken courses on affiliate marketing, but was still doing so many things wrong. A few tiny tweaks made all the difference. If you have been struggling to make money with affiliate marketing, you are going to want to keep reading. I will fill you in on the one simple change I made and give you the full inside scoop on how to rock at affiliate marketing.
I never thought I would be here. My dreams never included staying home. In fact, my dreams didn’t even include children for a very long time. Yet, here I am, not only staying home, but homeschooling my kids. Who am I? Did I always dream of motherhood? Am I an introvert who loves the comfort of her home? No. I’m just a woman who fell in love with her children and wants the absolute best for them. A woman who decided to skip the high cost of daycare and be a part of my kid’s day to day life. But, I have a secret too. I need more than motherhood. I need more than all the wonderful things being a mom has to offer. I’m a stay at home mom who dreams of more than motherhood. If you’re nodding your head along in agreement, then this letter is for you.
It is insane just how many people are able to work from home these days. In a recent survey, it was said that around 43% of people have been able to at least do some of their work from home! This is huge! Obviously technology has played a huge role in making the work from home job more and more of a reality for people. Working a corporate job that allows you to occasionally work from home is a huge perk, but what if you don’t feel like you fit into the corporate world? There are so many things that stand in the way of people finding a work from home job that they qualify for. What a lot of people don’t know is that there are many work from home jobs available with little to no experience and you’re probably not going to see them advertised online! So let’s talk about how you can create your own legitimate work from home job with little to no experience.
I was listening to a podcast this morning about simple living. Both women began discussing how they found minimalism in their lives. As I listened, it occurred to me that maybe not everyone actually knows what their life goals are. In fact, I’m sure not everyone knows. So what can you do to start getting clear about what you want from your life? How can you start getting purposeful about your goals. What does it take to plan them out so they actually happen? Based on my own experience as well as some research, I have gotten together a basic plan for how to figure out your life goals and start planning for them. If you need some guidance, you can find it here.
I’m Renee and I am a minimalist. Not only that I’m a minimalist with kids. This isn’t a thought I walk around thinking about on a daily basis because it has just become a way of life. So I had to pause for a moment to think about just what it has meant for us living a smaller life with our kids. You may know by now that downsizing changed things dramatically and for the better. Downsizing worked for our family as a whole, but how has it worked for just the kids? What do we do when it comes to managing toy clutter? Do we allow them freedom to choose their room decor or do we buckle down because we know less is best? Let’s talk minimalist living with kids. I’ve got some simple tips for toy clutter and how to raise them minimalist while keeping life fun.