We’re half way through January; this is a good time to check in and see how you’re progressing towards any new year goals. Remember, you don’t need the new year to start a new thing; you can start at any time. If you have a goal to start fresh with your money and to be intentional with your money this year, now is the time to get going with a budget. If you need a little help figuring out where to start, in this post I’m going to tell you how to make a budget and share nine tips to get out of debt.
When you’ve had your computer for a while, you have probably noticed that it’s running a little slower, or that you are running out of storage space. Keeping your computer organized will help you to be more productive, and to keep your computer running smoothly. Here’s what I do to declutter my digital space.
The new year is almost here; a time to start fresh and purge things that are no longer serving you. Make room for all of the good things 2018 has for you, and purge out all the clutter in your life that doesn’t bring you joy. Here’s a look at 18 things to purge from your life for 2018:
As the end of the year gets closer, I like to set aside some time to reflect on the current year and start thinking about goals for the upcoming year. Of course you can set new goals for yourself at any time during the year, but there’s something significant about starting the year fresh and having a clean slate on January 1st. Here’s a look at what I do to set my goals for the new year, and my tips on how to achieve your goals: