This is a guest post from my super best friend Sunshine over at Transforming the Now. She has been contesting for over a decade and has the swag to prove it. Her success can be your success! She tells us that we don’t have to be prettier (handsomer?), smarter, or luckier than anyone else. We just have to be persistent. Seriously. That’s all it is.
Life Under Construction: Happy Friday, fair readers! Do you ever dream of reliving your glory days in college? You know, skipping classes that start before noon; writing papers until 4am the night before they’re due; pretending you’re not completely hung over when you write your finals. Just living the dream. Next week I start school. I’ll have to figure out what being a student is
Weekly Spending: Spend less money on groceries This week I spent about $75 on entertainment. Of that, $50 was on books and $15 was on bank fees that really could have been avoided. After that, I spent $10 on a pizza for my daughter and her friends one day. I packed my lunch all this week and brewed Tim Horton’s coffee at home which cut
When you were fantasizing, did you want to get married here? I know I did. In part one, I asked you to dream of your perfect wedding without concern for money or resources. To imagine your ideal day with all the bells, whistles, and designer dresses that you can think up. At this point, you might be pretty bitter with me. You might be asking
You’re getting married! You have the Prince Charming, the shiny ring, and now you’re on your way to happily ever after! But first you have to plan you’re big day….oh oh, where should you start? There’s a lot to think about and you want everything to be perfect. Dress, venue, centrepieces, photography – these things will become part of your regular vocabulary over the months
Hi everyone! I can’t believe half the year has gone by already – it’s been busy here. I’ve been successful with 90% of my New Years resolutions over the past three months. Check out my resolutions below, I had everything from from making more time with friends and family; to developing better financial habits; to devising a plan to increase income: Resolution 1: I want to
Weekly Review: Spending Spending this month was a little high – I went over budget with entertainment by $15.00 and buying a book on Gimp for $40.00 (see education spending). For the uninitiated, Gimp is a free graphics program (like Photoshop) you can download offline. I was thinking about using the program for my MS Paint creations. It’s only $65.00 but I have to be