GRAB THE PRINTABLE! 107 PRODUCTIVE WAYS TO START OFF 2017!

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How to Transfer Your Credit Card Balance to Avoid Paying Interest

This post is the second part of a two part series. If you miss the first part, read more about the pros and cons of a balance transfer and what it is here. Then come back to this post to find out step-by-step how to do the transfer.) We decided to go ahead and move forward with the balance transfer and I’m glad we did… it was RIDICULOUSLY easy. We’re looking forward to 0% interest

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One of My Favorite Places to Hunt for Freelance Clients

As you know I’ve been on a quest to streamline my client list with the help of my online biz coach, Carrie at Careful Cents (hey girl, heyyy 😉 ). During the process I’ve weeded out jobs that don’t pay very well or I don’t enjoy doing. I still have room for a few new clients which I’m actually excited about. As I start to connect with new prospects, I finally feel comfortable negotiating terms that benefit me.

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What’s a Credit Card Balance Transfer?

Isn’t it funny how debt works? I paid off my student loan this time last year. Yay! But then we had some unexpected expenses like our cat’s emergency surgery, some car trouble and others I haven’t even written about. Seriously, surprise pain in the butt expenses have been a reoccurring theme here on this blog. Jeepers creepers. Now, it feels like overnight we have credit card debt to pay off. Ugh! We’re well on our way to paying

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Suck It Up, Stop Being Cheap and Invest In Yourself

Are you sick and tired of repeating the same cycles with your finances and career? You plan to save more money, but you never do. You plan to get a better job, but it never pans out. You plan to start a business, but it never happens. Tons of people just like you are wondering why they can’t get from Point A to Point B. I’m even one of them.  I come from the school of

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See How This Small Biz Owner Ditched Distraction to Transform Her Hustle

Hi friends! I’m happy to host an amazing guest post from my cousin Leslie. She’s a stay at home mom who started her own photography business and hit some productivity road blocks in the beginning. She ditched a few unnecessary distractions and now she’s on a roll. Take it away Leslie! When asked to do a guest post about why I’ve stepped away from Facebook & given up TV, my first thought was a big

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Why Giving Your Past Self Advice is Useless

I’ve seen a lot of bloggers do posts on advice for their past self. I figured what the hell why don’t I post one.   After all, I have a lot of knowledge today about hustling for more money now that I didn’t know in the past. It would have saved me a bunch of trial and error if my “ghost of side hustling Taylor yet to come” spilled the beans on this stuff from the