I’m excited to finally share with you all how I’ve been working full-time at home. I started a blog 4 years ago, and just a few months ago I decided to take the leap and go full-time. This job has to lead me to so much happiness, a flexible schedule where I get to work when I’m the most inspired and has allowed me to
This job has to lead me to so much happiness, a flexible schedule where I get to work when I’m the most inspired and has allowed me to travel the world.
I’ve managed to double, and almost triple my income the past several months, which is why blogging is so awesome. At a regular job, I would get a raise once a year, but with blogging, I get constant raises from my hard work.I’m currently in college and working full-time at a job that doesn’t even feel like a job. I always knew that I wanted to work for myself and help as many people as I could. A blog allows me to do all of this, which is why I often encourage my friends and readers to create their own blog.
A lot of people aren’t sure where to start when it comes to blogging. Creating a blog is much easier than you would think. I’m going to create a step by step tutorial in the easiest way possible. I’ll be covering points that I wish I would’ve known when I started blogging.
First off, I want to let you know that it is possible to make money blogging, even if you are just starting out on your blog. I have many online friends that have just started blogging and are already developing an audience and income.
Are you trying to become more productive with your free time and improve or learn a new skill?
This post was inspired by an article that I read that talked about how many hours a day is spent on social media. This made me wonder how far a person could go within themselves if they spent time on bettering themselves and leading a more productive life. Those 2 hours spent scrolling through Facebook could be spent learning another language.
I often get asked by my readers what I like doing in my free time. When I’m not blogging, I love trying out new activities and foods. Getting out of your comfort zone usually leads to growing as a person and becoming stronger.
My go-to activity at the moment is browsing around at tiny houses on Pinterest. I recently visited a tiny house community in Austin, Texas (the largest in the country) and it blew me away! I’m currently trying to get J.D. on board, so we’ll see. Did you know that the average tiny house cost is $25,000, while the average American house is $285,000? Mind blowing!
Keep reading to get some inspiration to start a new hobby and fill your time with awesome activities.
Saving money is really easy once you get started. Once you figure out what expenses you can cut and how you’re going to pursue your financial goals, the hard part is over. After you’ve set a routine and have stuck with it for a few weeks, saving money will become incredibly easy and even addictive. Yay for a good kind of addiction!
If you’re able to implement many of these saving tips altogether, you’ll be able to save thousands every year. I’ve saved hundreds of dollars just from cutting coffee alone. All of the tips I’ve listed are easy to do and will become effortless over time, so let’s get started!
Below I’ll include what you can do to save, how much an average person will save yearly, and other options to choose from to replace the spending habit. I put $$$ when the savings would really vary, just to clarify. Enjoy! Continue reading →
It’s almost 2017 (and maybe already 2017 when you’re reading this), so I thought I would share my top health and fitness posts from this year. I’ve combined my top posts all in one post, so you can gain a lot of knowledge all from here.
2016 was a life changing year for me. I left for Europe for a couple months to Au Pair, traveled Western Europe solo, went to Europe again to see London (my new favorite city!), moved to Texas (never thought I would, but I LOVE Austin!), and became a full-time blogger. 2016 was a huge learning experience for me. 2017 is going to be another amazing year and I’m super stoked to see what the future holds. Blogging has done crazy things for me and has completely changed my life. You can read my post on how to start a blog here.
My posts are divided into these categories to make viewing as easy as possible:
When you’re on a budget, it may seem like eating healthy is out of reach. Luckily, that’s not the case at all!
I’ve found that switching from my regular diet to a whole foods diet, my spending has actually decreased. That always comes to a surprise to people but eating healthy means eating extremely basic foods, such as beans, lentils, potatoes, vegetables, and fruit.
In order to stay healthy on a budget, you’re going to have to learn a few skills in the kitchen.
Keep reading to find out how you can keep your grocery bill low without sacrificing your health.