Should You Tip A Pet Sitter?

Tipping has a place in our culture. With Covid bringing down business lately, it’s more important than ever to help certain industries stay afloat. It is not just the restaurants who benefit from tips, but the servers who are trying to make financial gains to feed their families and secure their future. And while I personally believe tipping culture is way out of hand, I still leave a tip when one is warranted. Aside from restaurant and service positions, do you think you should tip a pet sitter Read more [...]

Thinking About Quitting, Now What?

There comes a time in our lives we start thinking about quitting one job and moving on to something better. Sometimes it's because we have lost our passion or don't like the work environment, and many reasons in between. That's life, and while most of us work, not all of us will stay with the same company throughout our entire working career. If you are thinking about quitting, here are some things to do and consider. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RR7q7DHVX2o What Kind Of Job Is Next? Before Read more [...]

How To Reduce Meat Consumption To Save Money 

Meat is a staple in the modern diet. It provides our body with a great deal of protein and other nutrients. The problem with meat consumption, however, is the high costs. While some cuts of meat like ground turkey and chicken legs are cost-effective, many are not. Meat is the most costly item going into my grocery cart and makes up the largest part of my grocery budget. If this is true for you, here’s info on how to reduce meat consumption to save money. Fish When meat kills the budget, Read more [...]

Meeting Goals And Staying Out Your Own Way

Life is hard. Sometimes we have an idea of how our life is going to go. We imagine how our lives turn out from the time we are old enough to think. Most of us try to stay on our chosen path through life, though this is not always possible. When the path gets difficult, it is easy to give up on our hopes and dreams, but it's important that we preserve. One way we can do this is by meeting goals and staying out of our own way. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2qyLfutlR0 Goal Setting It doesn't Read more [...]

How To Complete a Master Promissory Note

Congratulations on making it out of high school and on to post-secondary education. While not every profession requires it, it's exciting, rewarding, and can open up a lot of possibilities. Post-secondary education seeks to engross you more in the field you want to study. You gain specialized skills, and in some academics tracks, get to put in into practice. Hopefully, you have filled out admissions applications and got into your top choice. Now it's time to get some funding and complete a master Read more [...]

What You Really Need When Buying Your First Home

I was online yesterday and came across an interesting post. Now, It may have been a shame post, but there was some truth to it. The post talked about what people need to buy a house and its simplicity vs how much people pay in rent. Now I am all for people living where they want and where their budget will allow, but I think there are some misconceptions about the home buying process. If you want to know more about buying your first home without the clutter, keep reading. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzXqDVlCsCo Credit Read more [...]

How To Negotiate a Corporate Lease

Congratulations on your business. Your customer base is growing, your financials are in the black, and you’re ready to expand your horizons. First stop, you need a commercial space. It’s time to get you set for him even more success. A new space will limit your virtual or home office distractions. It will act as a place to further develop your client relationships and help you reach your next business-related milestones. If you are ready to make the transition and have found a proper space, it’s Read more [...]

How To Prepare For A Travel Emergency

Have you all been looking at the travel news lately? Spirit and American Airlines have been making headlines, and not for the right reasons. While problems they are facing are being faced by every major airline, they are getting most of the bad publicity. Some speculated that airline workers and pilots were on strike, but that is not the case. Due to staffing shortages, American Airlines has had to cancel and delay more than 3,000 flights since August first, while spirit canceled close to 400. This Read more [...]

Should You Sell Your House To Pay Debt?

Debt can be infuriating, and if it has consumed your life, you may be in a desperate situation. Not only are you probably having a hard time dealing with the financial burden of it all but also the mental health implications. Im sure you have thought about how to get out of the situation, but maybe you aren't considering all of your options. While some people start small with the snowball method, some people take more drastic action like selling their homes. I am here to discuss whether or not you Read more [...]

Housing Market Benefits

Today in my finance group, everybody was raving about the new home loan rates. They swear that they have hit rock bottom, although several months ago they hit under 2%. They began the steady incline up to 3%, but this week they have a dropped down. Many of the people in the group boast about lowering their rates to save more money, but my question is, are the new rates worth it, how do the increases in home value compare, and what are the current housing market benefits?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Gf-SPK6GfE Home Read more [...]