The Introvert’s Guide To Career Success

Advertisements I always knew I was an introvert but earlier in my career I felt insecure about it. Thinking I had to be more extroverted but I learned that is not necessarily the case. The main key is to always be yourself but you do have to participate sometimes especially with your boss. Read onContinue reading “The Introvert’s Guide To Career Success”

How Your Habits Are Costing You Money

Advertisements What you think, put into your body, and do with your money greatly affects your financial security. A positive mind will attract positive energy while a negative mind will attract negative energy. In this post, I want to talk about the top mind, body and money sins that impair financial security. These sins includeContinue reading “How Your Habits Are Costing You Money”

PERSONAL CARE DURING COVID-19

Advertisements Masks. Hate them, love them; they are here to stay. I hope you are wearing yours whenever you go outside. I hope you are staying safe. However, as we all know by now that masks are causing havoc on our skin. I feel like my skin has warped back to High School because IContinue reading “PERSONAL CARE DURING COVID-19”

How To Stop Being Broke: Your Money Evolution

Advertisements Are you tired of living paycheck to paycheck? Do you cry yourself to sleep because you’re in so much debt? Do you hate your job and/or your boss? Then this post is for you. First, you’ve got to get a sense of what you’re spending each month so take out a piece of paperContinue reading “How To Stop Being Broke: Your Money Evolution”

Financial Planning When You’re Over 50 With Student Loan Debt

Advertisements Securing your retirement with student loans still looming over your head and over 50 years old will be rough but not impossible to tackle. Say you have Parent Plus loans; your best option is to consolidate them and keep them separate from other federal loans. By consolidating your Parent Plus loans, you become eligibleContinue reading “Financial Planning When You’re Over 50 With Student Loan Debt”

How to manage student loan debt while underemployed?

Advertisements “Kayla has a low FICO score, car debt, student loan debt and credit card debt. She is also underemployed making $10 an hour with zero savings. How should she handle her debt? She should keep making the minimum payments towards her student loans and tackle the debt with the highest interest. By doing thisContinue reading “How to manage student loan debt while underemployed?”

Marriage and Finances: Should you consolidate student loan debt?

Advertisements Thinking about consolidating your student loans with your spouse? Take a step back and read on to see why that would not be a good idea. Below I provide an excerpt from my e-book, “The Student Debt Manifesto: How To Pay off Student Loans And Gain Financial Freedom.” “Henry and Sarah just got marriedContinue reading “Marriage and Finances: Should you consolidate student loan debt?”

No Stress Investing: Retirement Investing Made Simple

Advertisements Don’t know where and how to invest? Planning for retirement shouldn’t keep you awake at night nor should you pay for someone else to manage your money. You can do it yourself and save yourself the commissions you would pay a financial adviser. The strategies I discuss in this post are relative to theContinue reading “No Stress Investing: Retirement Investing Made Simple”

Finding Student Debt Freedom

Advertisements New E-Book Aims to Eradicate Most Student Loan Debt The Student Debt Manifesto: How to pay off student loans faster and gain financial freedom, is a new motivational and personal success e-book by up-and-coming Latinx author, Whitney Hughes that could help with the current student debt crisis. [Clifton, NJ, USA] Surviving the student debtContinue reading “Finding Student Debt Freedom”