Have you heard about the F.I.R.E. movement? This acronym stands for Financial Independence, Retire Early. It's a way of life that many younger people are adopting so they can sock away as much money as possible to be able to retire early and live off their savings. But even if you don't aspire to retire when you're in your 30s or 40s, maybe you just want to gain control of your finances. You want to pay off your bills and enjoy some extra money to splurge on a trip or shopping spree.It is possible to achieve financial freedom, but you do need to put in some effort to make it a reality. Here are eight steps you can take to become financially independent.
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When studying for an online MELCD program, it can be easy to lose focus and fall behind. If you are currently in this situation, you may want to look into the benefits of co-studying. Those who choose to study as part of a group tend to find themselves more productive, less bored, and more informed due to the different perspectives in the group. To find out more about the benefits of co-studying, read on.
Harsh weather, overspending, sugar-overload, overlapping social engagements and a nagging jealousy of your best friend’s Pinterest-perfect holiday snapshots. If your holidays are starting to feel less magical and more like the septic tank disaster from a Griswold family "Christmas Vacation," it’s time for a restart. Here are some unique holiday traditions to bring your family closer this year.
A perfect work life balance is the dream of many working women. Whether you’re working while raising a family, studying online, such as through online doctoral nursing programs, whilst working full time or looking after children, or just working a busy job and making time for your friends and family, finding time to fit it all in, and have some time for yourself can be difficult. Here are some tips to help you.
Being a woman is not always easy. Female emancipation has become a double-edged sword in that we are encouraged to work outside of the home, yet expected to shoulder most of the domestic burden and childcare. Very few women manage to successfully do it all without help.