“The first time we take that first fearless step, we begin to change our lives. And the more we act on our dreams and our desires, the more fearless we become and the easier it is the next time.” – Arianna Huffington
Life was much simpler then, yes.
Originally posted on 103.7 KVIL:
Could you live without your cell phone, cable, your computer, your laptop, all the commodities lives presents now days, maybe even your favorite show? Well, a Canadian family is doing just that … they are living in 1986!
From fashion to cartoons, the McMillan family only uses those inventions that were around in 1986. Anything else… it is off-limits.
Originally posted on Elev8:
You have worked too hard— getting your (numerous) degrees, navigating Cubicle America, and building your brand to be broke. “Being as broke as a joke”, though, seems to be a recurring theme among black women, who, for all intents and purposes, with the exception of their financial lives, embody intelligence, progressive thinking, resourcefulness, and discipline.
But in order to live a full life, you have to first gain insight into why you are still broke. Here are four reasons why a woman as fabulous as you, is still broke:
1.You are broke because you have yet to establish financial boundaries.
Originally posted on AM 1310: The Light:
Is it possible to relieve yourself of your crushing debts? Car. Credit Cards. Mortgage. Medical. Attorney and author Georgette Miller says you can. In a powerful interview with Amos, Miller told Afternoons with Amos listeners to get over the alleged “stigma” of bankruptcy. Instead do what businesses like American Airlines, Tribune, Donald Trump and other big businesses do. They go through bankruptcy and emerge with a clean start. Georgette Miller says you can do the same. It’s a provocative interview you MUST hear. She shares secrets from her current best selling book Living Debt Free. Click the Arrow to Hear Georgette Miller share her Tips for Living Debt Free. Runs 33 Minutes ©2013 WTLC/Radio One.