Tuesday, March 18, 2014
A few months ago, my sister invited me to become an "Influenster." It's a website that gives companies a chance to get the word out on their new products by giving them to consumers for free (anyone who wants to review products--definitely not just bloggers). You fill out information about yourself and see if you qualify to get a VoxBox (everyone I know eventually received one--although mine took a couple months to come). You can't choose what you're sent, they choose for you. It's all free, so if you're into reviewing projects, e-mail me and I can send you an Influenster invite. If not, ignore this, and continue about your day. Either way, here's my e-mail:
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
List all your accounts and their balances. Now, onto the next step . . . writing down your financial goals!
This is BUDGET Boot Camp, why are we talking about goals?Like anything that requires consistency and diligence, budgeting can be hard. Goals will keep you motivated by reminding you what you're working towards. Just like dieters who post motivational pictures and quotes on their fridge, financial goals will help you push through the tough parts. Endorphins are not limited to marathon runners. Just wait until the first time you get your budget in place, start checking it regularly, and watch how it puts you on track to reach all of your financial goals!
Do you have financial goals?I hope so! Let me ask you this--Do you have financial GOALS or do you have financial DREAMS? What's the difference? DREAMS live in our heads. GOALS are written down, planned for, and reviewed often. Which do you think is more likely to happen? The answer is obvious, so read on to find out how to turn your financial dreams into financial goals.
|One of my financial goals: Get these cute little kiddos to college (and stay sane in the process). Occasionally, both goals feel like a long shot.|