Category: Mentalility

3 Ways To Track Your Expenses To Build Wealth – How I Spent $50,000 Last Year

If you want to become better at managing your money and ultimately put more of it in your pocket, then you need to learn to manage your expenses. All too often people want to jump ahead in their financial journey and wonder why they aren’t building their wealth. The reason? They haven’t mastered the basics…
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You’re Broke, Not Poor – How Everyday Choices Dictate Your Financial Life

It’s time for a tough question; are you actually poor or are you just broke? All too often, I see people complain about how poor they are. They blame the system or their circumstances. It’s a victim mentality and one that will leave you broke your whole life. It reminds me of this gif (to…
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Blogging Goals In 2020 – Young, Dumb, and NOT Broke?!

It’s a new year and that means it’s time to set new blogging goals for the year. If you read one of my latest posts, How Much Do Blogs Grow In One Year? – My First Full Year Of Blogging, then you will already know how last year went. Here’s the synopsis: It went pretty…
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How Much Do Blogs Grow In One Year? – My First Full Year Of Blogging

My first full year of blogging is complete and it’s hard to believe that I’m even typing that. This year felt like it flew by, seriously don’t you feel the same? I had an amazing year and have grown as a person but how much did my blog grow specifically? Blogging is hard and don’t…
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100 Blog Posts Later – Some Internal Thoughts Put To Paper

Well my 100th blog post, it’s finally here. I can remember almost a year and a half ago when I was writing my first couple posts thinking how awesome it would be to have my own website and I was right. I want to use my 100th post for something that isn’t about trying to…
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How To Become Rich and Wealthy By Looking In The Mirror

What if I told you that you can, right now, become rich and wealthy. Yes, I know there is a difference in the two but think about that. How cool would it be if I could wave a magic wand and all of a sudden you were? Do you think I could do it? In…
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Secure Financial Independence By Raising Your Residual Income

Disclosure: There are some affiliate links below and I may receive commissions for purchases made through links in this post. The goal of financial independence is one that many share and there are many ways to get there. One common theme is to secure financial independence by raising your residual income. This is one that…
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25 Lessons In My First 25 Years

Today I turn 25. It hurts to even type that but here I am alive and happy. This post is all about my inner thoughts. Nothing here is SEO (search engine optimization) friendly, the spelling and grammar will suck, there is no keyword research involved and frankly, I don’t think many people will read it.…
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How Trump’s Tax Plan Affected Me – Did It Lower My Refund?

In 2017, President Donald Trump signed a major overhaul to our tax system. This new system promised to help the average American pay less in taxes and keep their hard earned money. To be honest, I didn’t really know how Trump’s tax plan would affect me until now. My taxes have been filed and I…
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12 Examples Of Dumb Financial Tweets

This morning I wanted to run an experiment and take to Twitter to see what was happening on this beautiful Sunday morning. If you didn’t know you can search certain terms and see who is tweeting about what. Usually, this is done by picking a certain hashtag but it’s also possible to just type in…
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