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If you are facing student loans, credit card payments, or other types of debt, trying to repay those balances can feel overwhelming. However, it is important to not let the stress of your debt get to you. Let’s take a look at some ways that you can stay calm and work through your debt issue in a steady and timely manner.
If something feels like it’s been off lately, it may be time to think about what aspects of your life need some refreshing and retooling. Don’t panic at the thought. We all go through this at one time or another. In fact, incorporating small changes and adjustments can breed big ones without you even realizing it. When you start to make better choices, you may notice that other areas of your life begin to improve, too. So instead of looking at it as an improvement, consider it an investment in retooling yourself.
I selected four areas this month for you to reflect on and take out for a test spin for your retooling.
Here are few tips for getting a fresh start in life. Much more exist and the best part if finding out new ones. But taking those first few steps are usually the hardest.
Knowing how to overcome feelings of fear that arise from trauma can be both empowering and uplifting towards helping you move on.
Habits – you know you have more than 5, we all do, but let’s start with my favorite 5 ones to break: Self-esteem is a rare commodity that only a portion of the population gets to enjoy. If you’d like to learn how to build up your self-esteem, you must first learn what you’re doing […]