Invest In Your Why

When it comes to investing, there are quite a few things you have to consider. How much money can you afford to invest, do you want to invest one time, weekly, monthly? Should you buy stocks, bonds, mutual funds, ETF’s? Do you need a financial advisor or can you do it yourself?

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The In’s & Out’s of Your Home’s Equity

The In’s & Out’s of Your Home’s Equity

This is a sponsored post curated by me on behalf of Capital One. All opinions are 100% mine – however, I have always been a huge Capital One fan and hope to use their Home Equity products soon! Buying your first home is a top goal for many millennials. There are...

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What Financial Health Means to Me

What Financial Health Means to Me

Being an adult is overrated we have to worry about being physically healthy, mentally healthy, spiritually healthy and the one that everyone seems to forget about financially healthy. #adulting So what does it really mean to be financially healthy? To everyone, the...

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Being a Homeowner Is Not For Everyone

Being a Homeowner Is Not For Everyone

Being a Homeowner Is Not For Everyone The "American Dream” used to include homeownership, specifically a white picket fence. With the downturn in the housing market and so many people underwater in their homes (owing more than what their houses are worth), it has...

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Ahhhhh! I’m 30!

Ahhhhh! I’m 30!

It's my 30th Birthday! I am still in awe! The past 30 years have been no Crystal Stair but I've enjoyed every minute of it! I've accomplished so much, failed so much and learned so much! I spent some time reflecting one 20's and could not believe all that God has...

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