Why Publish A Blog Income Report? Why not? My goal is to create something of my own and create a passive income stream in the process. Publishing my blog income report allows me to continue writing and more importantly, reflect back on the month to see what I did or […]
The city zoomed by as I desperately attempted to take a sip of my coffee. Each attempt was thwarted as the bus driver seemed intent on hitting every single bump in the road. The road soon smoothed out and I was finally granted a taste of the sweet morning nectar. […]
I recently gave a talk about creating and maintaining a budget. Since then, I’ve been re-energized to blog and talk about budgets. Find out why.
I recently discovered the Limetown podcast via Google Play Music’s “Strange, Spooky, Psychedelic Stories” podcast playlist. And boy, I was in for a treat. Limetown is a fictional podcast that follows journalist Lia Haddock’s investigation into the disappearance of the Limetown citizens. Readying for the strange and spooky, episode 1 titled “What […]
I’m not talking about Twitter. Tweet is a neo-soul artist that came on the scene in a big way with “Oops (Oh My)” produced by Timbaland and written by Tweet (Charlene Keys) and Missy Elliott over a decade ago. What I love most is that despite the singles released from […]
Crush your debt by using SMART goals to set detailed objectives for clearing your debt. I did, and now I have ZERO credit card debt. Join me!
Why Publish A Blog Income Report? Income reports give me a chance to reflect on things I did and did not do the in the past month. It also helps me set goals for the next month. You can read more about why I post a blog income report and […]
I’m sure that you’ve heard of Lauryn Hill and if not, how long have you been under that rock? This past Saturday night Ms. Lauryn Hill performed on PBS show “Austin City Limits.” During the hour-long set, Ms. Hill performed classics such as “Ready or Not” and “Doo Wop”. During […]
Living Paycheck To Paycheck If you were hit with an emergency expense of $400, how would you pay for it? That is a question that was asked in a survey conducted by the Federal Reserve. Of the respondents, 46 percent said that they would have trouble covering such an expense […]
No new music, but something else new to tune your ears into, The Bright Sessions. Recently, I decided to put the “Malazan: Book of the Fallen” audiobook down and downloaded “The Bright Sessions”. It’s a good thing I did. I’ve been brewing with the idea of creating a fictional podcast […]