This week I had the opportunity to interview Mrs. Corine Cannon who has 99 ½ years of living a frugal lifestyle. Mrs. Cannon had a lot of knowledge to share with me as it related to budgeting and setting goals. Mrs. Cannon also shared relationship advice and ways to avoid student loans.
Do you get frustrated when doing your budget because the numbers don’t up? In America and in many other countries across the world, people are obsessed with materialism. Not only do we want all the stuff, we silently compete with each other to try and have the best, biggest and most stuff possible.
Have you been paying attention to how much insurance is costing you these days? Overpaying for insurance should be a big concern for any driver or homeowner. After all, insurance…
Rather than get stressed out by thoughts of never getting out of debt, imagine the amount of stress you feel decreasing as your debt load gets smaller and smaller. It’s important to believe in yourself!
If you want to succeed, you need to set goals. Without goals you lack focus and direction. Goal setting not only allows you to take control of your life's direction; it also provides you a benchmark for determining whether you are actually succeeding.
Do you want to set yourself up for success? Of course, you do if you clicked on an article to read tips on setting yourself up for success. We all want to strive for success. Because it seems that success in our world equals happiness. However, what success means to each of us is a unique and individual thing, based on our specific desires and goals.