Let’s talk about financial freedom. What it means. What it represents. Why it is so incredibly powerful.
There are SO many spaces in the home, and each space seems like it takes a unique skill set to organize. I am here to tell you that this is NOT the case! In this blog post, I am going to walk you through how to organize ANY space in your home in 7 easy steps!
Go through your fixed expenses and determine what you actually need to operate your day to day life. What do you need to keep a roof over your head and keep the lights on?
Budgeting is simply telling your money what to do. It’s creating a plan for how you want to spend, and then executing that plan.
If you have historically lived your days hour by hour, task by task, only to flop onto the couch after an exhausting day and feel like you accomplished next to nothing – I am here to give you hope and direction. Ever since creating my block schedule, I feel focused, intentional, and inspired.
When we take care of our appliances, they perform better, and they last longer. When something is performing well in our homes, we get the daily satisfaction of a job well done.
When was the last time you audited your time?
I mean, writing down everything that takes up space in your calendar.
It’s probably been a while since you did an audit, right? Let’s do the exercise right now. I want you to get a blank sheet of paper and a pen, pull up your calendar, and start writing down everything you do. Here are some prompts to get you started…
Going paperless at home is a journey. It is not something that’s going to happen overnight, especially if you currently have a lot of paper in your home. But, if you’re like me, and you’re tired of the endless amounts of bulging manila file folders, then read on as I walk you through seven steps on how to go from paper piles to digital files.
I believe the number one reason why people hold onto possessions is due to fear of lack. This is the fear that we won’t have enough to survive, to subsist, or, worst of all, to be happy. We are afraid that if we get rid of our things, that we won’t have anything.