How to Budget for Debt

Budgeting can be the make or break moment when it comes to financial success. It can be especially important when trying to pay off debt quickly. It could be credit card debt, a car loan, private loan, mortgage, or student loans, it doesn’t matter. The ability to budget for debt requires a few special things … Read more

How to Become a Pinterest VA with Kristin Larsen

Given everything that is going on in the world right now, I know more people than ever are looking to make money from home. I’ve been a Pinterest virtual assistant since 2018 and it’s given me a ton of freedom. It allowed me to move cross country to be closer to family without worrying about … Read more

How to Rock Thanksgiving on Your Own

For most of my twenties, I traveled from Massachusetts to Virginia to spend Thanksgiving with my grandparents and my aunt and her family. It was the family closest to me. In 2015, I moved to North Carolina and I got to see that family a whole lot more. Because of this, I decided to skip … Read more

8 Best Gifts for Wine Lovers

The holidays are just around the corner. So this post I’m going to cover some of the best gifts for wine lovers. Don’t worry they’re also great for your budget. Corkscrew A corkscrew is essential for everyone. Now, the types of corkscrews out there can vary in both style and cost. You can be as … Read more

Debt is a Temporary Problem

This blog post is part of the 3rd Annual Suicide Prevention Awareness Month blog tour. If you are feeling suicidal, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or text HOME to 741741. September is Suicide Prevention Awareness month. If you have debt or have had it in the past, you likely know, just … Read more