Debt Is Not A Death Sentence
This blog post is part of the World Suicide Prevention Day blog tour. If you or someone you know is feeling suicidal, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or visit www.Suicide.org.
Behind every “joke” is some amount of truth. It saddens me to hear other millennials “joke” about dying to escape their student loans since most other debts can be forgiven by bankruptcy. I admit, I have joked about it, although I would have never acted on it. We as a generation are facing a huge burden of debt and it is natural to have these thoughts. Please, if you are thinking of acting on these thoughts, reach out to someone. Anyone, be it a friend, family member, suicide hotline or even me. Please just talk to someone. Continue reading “Debt Is Not A Death Sentence”
Thoughtful Wedding Gift Guide on a Budget
In honor of my wedding anniversary yesterday and the two weddings I have coming up later this month I thought I would share some wedding gift ideas that won’t break the bank. Continue reading “Thoughtful Wedding Gift Guide On a Budget”
My First Blog Stats and Income Report
I have recently entered the world of blogging as a side hustle. I am hoping to track my stats as they pertain to income over the course of my blog. Luckily, I have so many bloggers before me to share their hints and tips to increase traffic and thus diversifying their income. I hope I don’t have to tell you why diversifying your income is a good thing. Whether you want to pay down debt, save for a major purchase or retire early, income diversification should be on your radar. Continue reading “My First Blog Stats and Income Report”