My goal is to make personal finance content easy, using a straight forward approach.
My 3 rules for making personal finance content easy:
#1 Easy to understand
#3 Deep without being too technical.
The first building block of healthy Personal Finance is to make more money than you spend, if you’re going to be financially independent. Saving is another way, but you really need to find ways to increase your income in order to improve your *wealth.
Luckly, with the internet and the Gig economy, creating and growing your wealth has become much easier. I want to help you create additional streams of income to improve your bottom line or to help you to work less or work on your own terms.
I can help you start your own blog as a side business with my tutorial.
Check out my other posts on Making Money from Home and creating Passive Income:
Another building block of personal finance is financial literacy. Learning how to make your money work for you. Financial literacy can also help you stop living paycheck to paycheck.
Paying down debts can save you money and help you live your life on your terms. Check out my posts on managing credit and debts.
Also check out my posts for investing your money, for beginner small investors.
Did you know you can start investing with little money?
Click here for posts on investing.
*You get to define what wealth is for you. This is different for everyone. There is no hard number to define wealth and for some people it may just be personal freedom (time).
Also check out my Resource page for more tools.
More about Me
This is a personal blog, I don’t offer professional advice on this blog. I used to work in the Banking sector, before becoming a stay at home Mom and Solopreneur.
So now, I’m a digital hustler and freelancer. I’ve been writing on my blogs and other publications since 2010. I also loooooove hiking.
Don’t forget to check out my tutorial, How to start your own blog, so that you too can escape the world of bosses and crazy commutes (if that’s your goal).
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