10 Tips to Master Your LinkedIn Profile

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat...you likely have a few of these, if not all. Probably the most taken for granted social media site is LinkedIn. I may not check it as frequently as my other social media sites, but I make sure that my LinkedIn page is always on point. Why does it matter, you ask? What does LinkedIn benefit me? LinkedIn shows that you are competent, professional, connected, current, and serious. I cannot tell you how many connections I have made via LinkedIn inviting me to apply for jobs or to connect to someone major in my network. Even if you aren't job...Read More

How I Earn Over $1,000 a Month in Online Income

It's been a little over a year since I've started my blogging journey. And what a year it has been! When I started blogging, I was interested in learning how to make money online, but I also was skeptical. It seemed too good to be true, and I didn't feel like I was skilled, knowledgeable, or if anyone would even be interested in what I had to write. Now, I earn over $1,000 a month through income streams stemmed from my blog. I use this money to stock my emergency fund and pay off my student loans. I still work...Read More

6 Steps to Take If You Can’t Pay Your Bills

With so many personal finance blogs out there,  there is no shortage of information about how to build good money habits. You can read countless posts about how to better your budget, how to make extra income, or how to save for a house. I write those posts, too, and I'm not knocking them at all. But why is there so little information out there for people who really need it? If you frequent personal finance blogs, money is probably of interest for you, or you are already committed to figuring out your financial situation. But how do we help...Read More

10 Ways You Should Invest in Yourself (Even While on a Budget)

Admission: Yes, I have a finance blog. Yes, I try to be good with money. But here is the secret…I sometimes hate my budget. I become bitter that I don’t have the money to invest in myself and the things I want or need to do. Whether it be graduate school, a nice car, or a manicure, there are so many times that I have just wanted to give up. What I realized is that I was being TOO tight with my budget. I skipped doctor appointments (to avoid the $20 copay), never bought any new clothes and I beat...Read More