Using money responsibly will improve not only your life, but the lives of those around you. Understanding how money can either create or destroy, you can learn to make choices that support yourself, each other, and the environment. Take control of your financial decisions and ask yourself these questions before you buy something – not
Month: April 2015
Making a few simple changes to your daily habits can help cut your utility bills without making any major sacrifices. Keep the thermostat set to 68 in winter, and 75 in summer. If you’re wearing a jacket inside in the summer, you’ll save money by turning down the AC and just wearing a T-shirt. Same
You don’t have to buy fancy equipment, pre-planned and pre-packaged meals, or expensive supplements that promise to give you a six-pack and melt your saddlebags. And don’t waste your money on fitness plans that promise to deliver – they only do if you’re willing to work hard – and working hard doesn’t have to cost
I once received a resume from a girl who put “Prom Queen” under her Skills section. No joke. Needless to say, she didn’t get the job, let alone an interview.