Getting Organized – By Steve Pavlina
Keeping yourself organized seems to be one of those things that can be an extremely daunting task to some, while others find it to be second nature. By having pre-established systems for dealing with clutter, not only can you get rid of the chaos and mess in your home/office but you can reduce the amount of stress that comes along with making the constant decisions of where to put everything.
How to Control Your Finances in 2011 – By J.D. Roth
For the past 5 years J.D. Roth has added a new tip every January to his evolving roadmap for building a better financial future. This year, there are 11 steps to help you get a hold on your money and hopefully help you find some financial freedom.
The 8 Worst Habits for Savings Money – By Ben
Generally speaking, thinking about your expenses is usually a good thing. This article points out 8 ways we might be over or under thinking our money habits. Things like keeping a list of items you want to buy, purchasing things as soon as you are paid and putting off paying more than the minimum are three examples of how you can save money just by acknowledging these less than frugal ways of thinking and acting accordingly.
BOOK REVIEW: Control Your Cash – By Penny from Ballers on Budgets
Control Your Cash by Greg McFarlane and Betty Kincaid is a book that not only motivates you to actually act upon your new years resolution of better money management, but also provides you with a more than basic knowledge of where to start and how to do so.
25 Traits of the Not So Well To Do – By FreeFromBroke.com
Finance 101: Good Debt vs Bad Debt – By LazyManandMoney.com
Twelve Easy Ways to Save Money – By Carlos