Got out of $60K of debt in 18 months using my budgeting tool (www.thebudgetingtool.com).
Now I blog at Save. Spend. Splurge. about spending money, minimalism, style and life (www.savespendsplurge.com)
At least you were able to manage the problem and not bury your head in the sand.
3 months, 2 weeks ago on It ain’t over til it’s over
I like it. I like the font for the titles because it's bold and clean.. and the colours are nice.
11 months ago on Just Experimenting!
Balancing fun and work is the hardest for me. I go into extremes of working all the time and spending $0, to spending all the time and making $0. *SIGH*
11 months, 3 weeks ago on Weekly Review: Penguin Edition
Reaching for perfection is the surefire way to fail. Why not pick one goal and get it 100% right? I find if I pick too many goals, I get overwhelmed...
1 year ago on Finding Balance and Q3 NY Resolutions Updates
I am definitely a Type A personality.... but I am introverted mostly because I loathe group projects. I absolutely hate it when I have to work with other people because I end up doing their work as well which just aggravates me.
1 year, 5 months ago on The One Thing Most People Do Not Consider Enough When Choosing a Career
Luckily my job lets me work anywhere I want in the world should I
choose to. It's just a question of choosing WHERE to work that becomes
1 year, 5 months ago on 3 Businesses you can run from anywhere in the World
The only point I would disagree with is how hard moving is on kids. You don't know whether it'll be hard on on them or not, until you ask them, so instead of assuming it'll be hard, it might actually be something they want.
We all left at different ages from different schools from a totally different country, and we looked forward to i and thrived from the move.
Same with other kids in my family that moved from one city to another. They eventually adjusted. I'm not saying every year you should move them, but it shouldn't really be a major factor when it comes down to deciding if it'll be a better situation for your family financially.
1 year, 9 months ago on The Advantages of Being a DINK (Dual Income No Kids)
This would be an awesome gift for my mom who HATES computers but wants to be able to show YouTube videos to her grandchildren easily.
1 year, 10 months ago on Win an Apple iPad Mini – Everything Finance’s First Giveaway!
@BunBunMakeupTips I was always told food had nothing to do with your acne, but the difference between what I ate before and what I eat now, is really clear in my face. When I eat bad food now, it shows up on my face about 3 days later. No question about it. I am not used to eating crap and my body hates it.
Dairy and cheese are also problems for the skin for some people. I'm lucky in that it doesn't really affect me, but I know others who cut dairy out of their lives and have super clear skin now.
You'll get used to not eating junk any more.. I did, anyway. Sushi is my favourite thing to eat, so it was easy.
2 years, 1 month ago on Acne and Health: What Your Body Is Trying To Tell You With Pimples!
It is definitely your eating habits. I used to think I had acne my whole life and was resigned to it.
Then I started NOT eating crap. Nothing greasy, no processed foods, nothing from a box or a can, let alone a fast food restaurant.
My skin cleared up and stayed clear ever since. I get the occasional pimple when I try new products like Dr. Dennis Gross retinol pads, or hormonal breakouts on my chin, but otherwise, I am 100% pimple free.
It is not worth it to eat bad food, only to see it appear on your face and last for 2-3 weeks and leave a dark mark or a scar, or to have bumpy, ugly skin even if you wear makeup to cover it.
Most pimples are a sign of an allergy to something you ate.
Now I just focus on eating clean (raw, natural foods, cooked or not, but nothing processed like cookies, or nothing greasy like noodles soaked in oil), and I don't even need to wear makeup if I don't want to.