A lot of people these days are doing income reports for the money they make online. Personally, even though it maybe benefit me in some ways, I don’t want to share my income for the whole world to see. However, I have spent a lot of time thinking about how I could motivate people and encourage them through our financial experience a little bit more. Then I thought about doing an income report in reverse! Instead of sharing how much I make each month, I will be sharing a debt payoff report showing how much money we put toward our debt payoff each month. You may already be following my final $10,000 debt payoff journey. If you are, these reports will go hand in hand with that. I will take you through the steps we take to plan for this money, where it comes from, and the strategies we have implemented that are working to get us out of debt. So let’s take a look at our debt payoff for March 2018.
If you have never been considered for a promotion, yet you have been at the same place of work for a number of years now, it can be incredibly frustrating. You have given all to your job, and you are seeing people get promoted when they seem to have only walked through the door five minutes ago. So, where are you going wrong? Read on to discover the reasons why you may not be getting considered for a promotion.
It seems to be becoming a world where more and more people are striving to stay home and work. Because of technological advances, that is becoming more and more a realistic option for many people. The idea of staying in your pajamas, sipping coffee, and lounging on the back porch is now the American dream for so many. Whether you just want to skip the commute, avoid social interactions or you just love the idea of slowing down a little while still paying the bills. These are all possible and I’ve got 26 jobs you can do in your pajamas to prove it! Now, I’ll be honest, for some of these, you may actually have to put on pants at some point. But, these (mostly) work from home jobs allows a lot more freedom in your life, schedule and finances.
If you are on a mission to declutter, downsize, and simplify your life, then upcycling could be a part of that. While you may not need all of the furniture in your life, you can make what you do have look better, rather than throwing away, especially if it is in good shape. You could always sell it in afterwards, as it will get make more money if you’ve shown it a bit of care.
If you’re new to upcycling furniture, though, you may not be sure where to start. The good news is that there are no mistakes in upcycling. There are only lessons learned that you can improve upon. So here are some ideas and tips for ways to upcycle your furniture so that you can give it a new lease of life.
Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing is a well-known course that was created by popular blogger, Michelle, of Making Sense of Cents. She has multiple blog posts sharing her wild success with affiliate marketing to the point that she is comfortably making over $50,000 per month with affiliate marketing alone. Naturally, this makes Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing a temping course to take. Now that, I made the leap and decided to invest in the course, I want to share with you my honest opinions. What was good? What fell through the cracks? Is this a course worth investing in? Let’s talk truth about Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing, the good, the bad and the Pinterest!