If you are currently crushing it as CEO of your household, you likely have excellent organizational and time management skills. Reasons aside, returning to work across town may not a viable option for you right now, but working from home may be the perfect compromise. Here are 12 jobs you can do from home. Apply your experience, education and passion and do something you love. Most of the positions below warrant a great hourly wage, some even $50 an hour. You can advertise a number of ways including word of mouth and networking. Social media is an excellent platform to… View Post

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We are well into the new year and I hope you are rocking all of your resolutions. Was saving money high on your list, but already feeling discouraged or a little defeated? I get how easy it is to slip back into old habits, but here are 5 great reasons why you should be saving now.  Here are 5 reasons why you should be saving now. If you are expecting a bundle of joy in 2017 you may want to start setting aside some cash so you can open a 529 college savings plan. The reason why saving now is so… View Post

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Ready to make a career move, but stressed about the process? Don’t fret my friend, I am here to help. Here is a step-by-step guide to get you ready for a successful interview and land your next J.O.B. Before the Interview Do your homework.  Review the company’s website. Know their history, mission and values. Do you know who is conducting the interview? See if they have a LinkedIn page as well. Arrive early. First impressions are very important and being late for your interview may be a deal breaker. Have extra copies of your resume. Additional copies of your resume… View Post

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Everyone is starting the new year with a fresh clean slate. January 1st a time for change: Exercise, lose weight, SAVE MORE MONEY. Here are five small money moves that pay off big. Increase your 401(k) contribution by 1%. I am a retirement plan expert so I am truly passionate about participating in your company’s 401(k) plan. No plan? Consider opening an IRA (Individual Retirement Account). There is a misconception about saving for retirement. Because you can only afford $20 a paycheck, you figure it’s not enough and not participate at all. I am here to tell you that every… View Post

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Are auto renewal subscriptions killing your budget? Can you count how many subscription services you have? Maybe you have Stitch Fix, PopSugar and Fabletics. Do you know your total cost of mail memberships that are set up on auto renewal? If you are looking for ways to reduce expenses, it’s time to take a closer look.   It’s likely that auto renewal subscriptions are killing your budget. I am a self-proclaimed magazine junkie, but learned how to work the system a long time ago. If you ever ordered a new magazine subscription with a credit card, you likely got an amazing annual rate. But when… View Post

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