When I first started blogging, I so badly wanted to do everything right. I’m not going to lie to you, I made many mistakes along the way. Now that I’ve just finished up one whole year of blogging, there is one thing I am so glad I did and that is starting my self hosted blog with BlueHost. Literally the very first step I took when starting my blog was the right step to take and I am so thankful for that. No, this isn’t another post all about how to set up your blog. This is a post all about my honest review and how BlueHost saved my blog…repeatedly.
When I first started blogging, before I even wrote my first post, I read everything I could from other bloggers. Making money from blogging was my ultimate goal, so I wanted to make sure that I was doing the best I could right off the bat. While reading different blogging posts, if I came upon a free course, I signed up! I wanted to make sure that I wasn’t missing anything because I really wanted to do this right the first time. (I totally didn’t — but that’s beside the point!) Now, I want to share with you the best free blogging courses from top successful bloggers. The information in these courses are beneficial to any blogger, male or female. It doesn’t matter your niche, experience or background. If you have more to learn, don’t hesitate to sign up for these great courses.
It’s that time of year, where the strive for summer bodies are in full swing. It’s like New Years Day all over again. If you are one of the 67% of people who never use their gym membership, maybe it’s time to consider cutting ties. Considering that the average gym membership costs $69 per month, you could be looking at a $828 dollars per year savings. For women, especially, the gym can often feel like an intimidating place with too many options. Why not consider downsizing to your own personal home gym? The cost of starting up is no less cost effective than an unused membership! So, don’t let the cost or atmosphere of the gym keep you from your own self care. I will show you how simple it is to start a home gym for less than the cost of a 1 month gym membership.
Being frugal is all the rage these days, or so the cool kids tell me. More and more people are resorting back to the “old days” when every scrap of food was stretched, hand-me-downs were the norm, and credit cards were non-existent. This movement is leading to more and more people aiming for sustainable living and financial freedom. I am personally so happy to be a part of this awesome frugal living and minimalist lifestyle movement. Amidst all of the fantastic frugal choices being made every day, however, there are some major mistakes being made. I know because I personally made them while striving to be more frugal. The thing is, there are actually times when you need to stop being frugal and start being realistic.
I used to think that after subtracting all of our bills for the month if I had money leftover we were doing good. What I didn’t realize was that meant I wasn’t planning on how I was going to spend all of that money. Because I wasn’t making a plan, I was spending it however I wanted and it often left us overdrafting or pulling money from our savings. Now I know better. This is a total beginners guide to creating a fool-proof zero-based budget that works! That means you are going to learn how to be completely in charge of every last dollar you make. I have covered all the bases so you are sure to succeed.