Invest In Yourself: Beauty School Update

Invest In Yourself: Beauty School Update

April comes to an end and the countdown begins to my last day of Beauty School. Last week I received my progress report and my graduation date and it made it all seem surreal. I shared with you all back in January a new journey it’s only right I share the progression. Read More

Talk Tuesday: You’re Not Obligated to Date Someone That Is Not Financially Stable | Lifestyle

Talk Tuesday: You’re Not Obligated to Date Someone That Is Not Financially Stable | Lifestyle

Last week I came across a post on Facebook from a fine fella whom stated facts about what I have been thinking and feeling for the last few years. It’s crazy how when a male says something it’s conveyed differently than when a woman says something. Brian Bolden stated “…it’s okay not to deal with a man if he is not financially capable of taking care of you and it doesn’t make you a gold digger…you have a choice…”

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Invest In Yourself: 3 Ways to Avoid Credit Card Debt

Invest In Yourself: 3 Ways to Avoid Credit Card Debt

In high school they don’t teach us about how to maintain a good credit score or even how to establish credit. They also make sure they repetitively speak the importance of going to college but not mention the option of a trade school or becoming an entrepreneur. Today’s Monday Motivation I am sharing 3 Ways to Avoid Credit Card debt.

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Talk Tuesday: Can You Pay My Bills? How Are Bills Handled In Your Household?

Talk Tuesday: Can You Pay My Bills? How Are Bills Handled In Your Household?

There has been this meme going around on social media pertaining to how much one should pay when it comes to bills. This would be for those individuals in relationships that live together whether married or dating. I have seen some interesting comments in regards to the meme and I thought let me share my own insight.

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Invest In Yourself: 5 Ways To Improve Your Credit

Invest In Yourself: 5 Ways To Improve Your Credit

One thing I wish I learned in high school, the importance of having great credit. No matter how much money you have, if you don’t have good credit it’s null and void. You face having high interest rates on loans or having to ask someone to co-sign on a loan for you which most people don’t all jump to volunteer.

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