Category Archives: Money

Sanity-Saving Ways to Spring Clean Your Financial House

1 of 18 Master’s degree programs include 18 different Master of Education specializations, two Master of Arts in Teaching specializations, a Master of Public Health, and six Master of Science programs in areas like addiction counseling, criminal justice, professional counseling, and psychology, and multiple MBA and Master of Science in Nursing specializations and a good… Read More »

Money-Saving Tax Tips That Really Work

Whether you are keenly aware of your financial responsibilities, or more of a head-in-the-sand kind of person, taxes are one area that we just can’t get away from. But there is more to tax that just working out how much money to hand over to the government each year. There are a lot of schemes… Read More »

Ways to Spring Clean Your Financial House

The holiday season is over, which means it is time to get organized in all aspects of life, including your finances. Decluttering your financial house is a crucial step to take in order to ensure a successful year and attract prosperity into your life. Think it is too early for spring cleaning? Nope. The earlier… Read More »

Reasons to Invest in a Barndominium

If you are a fan of HGTV, no doubt you have seen the phenomenon that is known as Fixer Upper, a show that has turned into an empire with Chip and Joanna Gaines at the helm. In the last season of their show, one of the most popular episodes involved the couple renovating an old… Read More »

Fantastic Things about Losing My Job

This summer my worst nightmare came true. My full-time job came to an abrupt end. Being thrown into the unknown terrified me at first. But once I got over the initial fear hump it turned out to be a blessing in disguise, despite the sudden lack of wages and predictability. Here are four fantastic things… Read More »

Surprising Benefits of Singletasking

Our society has brainwashed us to think that multitasking is an ability to be admired and sought after in employees, parents and everyone else you can think of. I think that the more we can do at one time, the more efficient we are. However, studies actually show quite the opposite. Multitasking is toxic for… Read More »