Budgets aren’t easy. They’re not always easy to create and they sure aren’t easy to stick with.
It takes discipline and persistence. And consistency. And…well, it seems hard, doesn’t it?
That’s because it is…or at least, it can be. Sometimes it feels like there are holes in your budget. Unexplained black holes that suck your money in or areas that you just don’t think about.
Here are 5 areas your budget may be missing…
So we just got back from vacation and we completely failed…in a good way!
I’m sure you’re wondering what the means and what that has to do with this infographic.
You’re in luck, because I’m going to tell you!
Here is my recent interview with Life Hacks magazine.
I usually don’t title articles the way I’ve titled this one.
I don’t like the idea of click-bait articles with titles like “This puppy saved his life and you won’t believe what the man did to repay him” or “She thought it was a normal tater tot, but she was in for the surprise of her life”.
I don’t like to be deceitful, so you won’t see those titles here.
But this is different. I didn’t include the main idea in the article title for a reason.
This is literally one of the most important things you can grasp about your productivity. And because of that, I want you to really take it in. Don’t just blow this off and act like you already knew it.
So what exactly is this one thing?
I love challenges. Especially when there is seemingly no reason to start them.
That’s exactly what my wife and I just did. A challenge.
The challenge? To not spend money for 30 days.
No reason, really. Just for fun. And yes, believe it or not, it actually was fun.
Here are the results…
When you’re reading productivity articles, you don’t want vague ideas, you want actionable steps that you can take to literally increase your productivity today. You want practical, applicable tips.
I’ve tried my best to make this blog full of actionable tips you can apply to every day of your life.
This article may be the most actionable of them all.
Here are 10 of the most important actions you can take right now, today, to increase your productivity by leaps and bounds…
(You can click each point for more on that topic)
Credit is a funny thing. Especially when you start talking to other people.
Some people have all the answers on how to improve your credit, but are they accurate?
Just because something seemed to work for someone else doesn’t mean it will work for you, but there are some standards that you (and anyone else) can meet to ensure your credit score will continue to rise.
Before you get into raising your credit score and cleaning your credit, you’ll want to look at these credit myths.
There’s no reason to waste time on things that won’t help you…
A habit isn’t bad or good on its own.
Positive habits are an absolute must for success in your health, finances…basically everything.
But negative habits, or bad habits, can combat your positive habits.
In fact, eliminating negative habits can be much more effective than starting new positive habits and often, it’s easier to break a bad habit than it is to stick with a new good habit.
The truth is, you need good habits in your life, but let’s break the bad ones first…