cash crone, wisdom plus willpower equal wealth, Credit Cards Money Management 

Stop swiping – and start saving!

Let’s talk about credit card debt. Although I will focus on older Americans – because I am one – the information is important to everyone. That little plastic card can solve problems, or make them. It can create remedies, or it can cause financial illness. Card-carrying Boomers The older generation was trained to keep quiet about money problems. It was a personal problem, kept within families. Money – or the lack of it – was treated like a clackity old skeleton in the closet.  As a result, many of us thought we…

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recipe, wealth, wisdom, willpower, cash crone, success Money Management 

Recipe for Budget Success

When I started sharing my credit card debt and the journey to wealth, my credit card totals were around $11,000. My totals are $8126 – approximately $2900 paid! I opened a teeny tiny account stock account.  I started a Financial Freedom account and deposited all of my earnings from Job #3 into that account. This money is earmarked for a future house, at which time I will rent out my current home for additional income. I’m still on track for a credit card pay-off in 2016 (update, August 2016: My credit cards are…

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wealth, wisdom, willpower, cash crone, debt Money Mindsets 

Do I need it, or do I want it? Wealth wisdom.

Do I need it, or do I want it? It is a good and necessary question to ask before buying anything. I would like to say that each time the answer is “I want it,” I turn away without purchasing it. Most of the time, I do. The bigger picture of financial freedom is more important to me. I have never been one to splurge willy-nilly, mind you. Usually the wants are small ones. But those small wants, for some people, can turn into great big debt monsters. I think…

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cash crone, jetpack, wealth, wisdom, willpower, money, cash, dreams, future Money Mindsets 

Jetpack Dreams – a new budget envelope!

I still want a jetpack. Today’s NaBloPoMo blog prompt sent me back to the 60s. The prompt asked this question: Pretending you have the expertise to make the product a reality, what do you wish you could invent? I didn’t want to invent one, but I dreamed of having a personal jetpack. As a child, I watched the Jetsons. I believed, deep in my heart that I would see the day when we all had cute little space cars that turned into briefcases, and robots that helped us with our homework. And…

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Manifesting Money Money Management Money Mindsets 

Important things to remember on your way to financial freedom.

I have one TV program addiction. It doesn’t have anything to do with housewives or forensic detectives, or otherworldly beings. Not that there is anything wrong with enjoying and being dedicated to watching those programs.  I’m just not much of a TV watcher – I pulled the plug on cable a long time ago. Except for CBS Sunday Morning. The news magazine show debuted in 1979, and I am pretty sure I watched the very first one. Yes, I am that old. Charles Kurault hosted the show, starting the first…

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