Jul 262015
10 Career Lessons to Learn by 30

Fox Business has just published an excellent article on what to take away from 10 career lessons. Career mistakes will happen, especially when you are first starting out. But they don’t need to be the end of the world and there are ways of handling them Review the list of career mistakes below and review [read more…]

Jul 202015
7 Reasons You Must Travel After Graduating College

Synopsis: Do not be fooled by the infamous “gap year” –there are plenty of reasons why travelling right after college graduation is not only a great idea, but is a smart one, too. If you are reading this, it is safe to assume that you’re looking for reasons to justify a little post-College-grind travel. Well, [read more…]

Jul 162015
7 Questions Millennials Should Ask During Job Interviews

The internet is filled with advice for job seekers, from what they can expect to be asked in interviews to what companies are looking for and how to tailor themselves to those expectations. But sometimes we forget it takes two to tango. The best employer-employee matches happen when candidates feel like the company fulfills what [read more…]

Jul 162015
Warren Buffett's 9 Tips for Happiness and Success

Warren Buffett knows a thing or three about becoming wealthy and successful, and the Oracle of Omaha is not averse to handing out mostly excellent advice to others who’d like to follow in his footsteps.The personal finance site GOBankingRates has pulled together 14 pieces of advice Buffett has given to graduating classes and/or young people. [read more…]

Jul 132015
8 Careers for People Who Like to Plan and Organize

One look at your perfectly straightened desk or a peek into your magnificently color-coded closet and everyone will know your secret… You’re a planner. You might even be an organizer. Thank goodness, because the world needs you. If you’ve ever given any thought to taking your natural gifts for organizing and going pro, here’s a [read more…]

Jul 102015
5 Money Rules You Should Not Always Follow

When it comes to managing your money, there’s no shortage of rules to follow. From saving a certain percentage of your income to not racking up debt, to diversifying your investments, it’s easy to find guidelines that are meant to steer you toward a life of financial security. Yet there are times when well-meaning financial [read more…]

Jul 092015
A more realistic approach to budgeting

A budget might restrict spending, but it’s one of the best ways to stay in control of your money. You’re able to save more and live within your means, which means fewer financial stresses. But even if you know the importance of budgeting and you’re making progress, pinching pennies, depriving yourself, and tracking every dime [read more…]