A Letter To My Past Self

When focusing on personal development, we go through many changes. By reflecting back on where we were in the past, we can see how far we have come and realize the goals we have accomplished. I decided to do something a little different for today’s post and write a letter to my past self. Writing…

Thinking Bigger

When was the last time you not only thought about your goals, dreams and aspirations, but actually discussed them with your significant other, a friend or someone close to you? We tend to get so caught up in the everyday tasks of going to work, paying the bills, cleaning the house, picking up the kids,…

Setting Expectations

We all love to have expectations set, whether we set them ourselves or someone else sets them for us. We create calendars so that we can start each day with an expectation of our schedule. Some of us view our pay stubs online before payday in order to know what to expect in our checking…

Small Refund, More Money

It’s that time of year again. We are well into the new year and our New Year’s resolutions are in full swing. (Well, I hope they are anyway. Have you been keeping up with your resolutions?).We now enter tax time. Many of us are eagerly awaiting a nice, fat check from Uncle Sam. Or perhaps…

5 Simple Rules To Manage Personal Finance

Today’s post is a guest post from Raj Bhattacharjee of eLearnMarkets.com, which is a young vibrant company established with the vision of taking online financial education to a new level. Guided by their mission of spreading financial literacy, they are constantly experimenting with new education methodologies and technologies to make financial education convenient, effective, and accessible to…