It’s 2018, and many of you will already be making headway with your New Year resolutions. Well done, and may you find success. Of course, like many people, you may have started with good intentions and then given up at the first hurdle. The cold weather has probably already played havoc with your morning jog, for example, and your healthy eating plan may have been hindered by the baking leftovers you are still eating from the Christmas holidays. Whatever the case, it’s never too late to make a change to your lifestyle, no matter what time of year it is. Not only can a few small changes positively affect your health but they also open you up to new experiences. So, with that in mind, let’s forget the bad lifestyle choices you made in previous years and instead focus on the positive changes you can make today.
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There are a few….yes this is a few, blogs I must read whenever they post. Some I wish they’d post more often but my belief is if you don’t have anything to say, shut the hell up. These bloggers and their keep me Informed. Uplifted. Sane. Laughing. Focused. Coming back for more.
Check ’em out when you have time, but only if you want to find blogs worthy of your time.
The order these magnificent blogs/bloggers are listed in is simple…….I LISTED ‘EM AS I THOUGHT OF THEM OR AS I CAME ACROSS THEIR LATEST BLOG POST OR IF THEY COMMENTED TO ME IN MY BLOGS COMMENT SECTION. Thats how I listed ’em……NO FAVORITISM HERE!!!
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With our lives being more volatile now than they were fifty years ago, it is vital to ensure we have a solid strategy in place when it comes to money and personal finances. Recent research has shown that 57 million Americans have no emergency savings. Thirty-two percent of the population aged between 53 and 62 said they had no savings whatsoever, with this being the largest non-saving group.
If you feel like you are in a similar position and have little to no savings, now is the time for you to start putting a solid strategy in place for healthier finances. With the below guide, not only will you be in a position to finally pay off your debts, but you will also start saving money for any big project you have in mind. Continue reading