Category: Mindful Money HOME

Romance Plagued by Debt

Debt not only impacts our bank accounts, it can also be devastating for our romantic relationships. Experts like Dr. Terri Orbuch states that money causes tension in 7 out of 10 couples. In fact, debt is becoming a major deal breaker for many relationships. This is unfortunate considering that the average American has $47,000 worth of…
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6 Budget Busters You Should Avoid

Trying to stick to a budget can be a challenge. Avoid the budget busters and increase your chances of success by following these six Mindful tips for financial victory. Having a budget just makes financial sense, but unfortunately, not everyone takes the time to do so. According to a Gallup poll, one in three Americans…
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Planning a Successful Yard Sale

Looking for a way to make extra money? A yard sale (or garage sale) can provide a great opportunity to generate revenue and clear out some of the old, but sellable items. In order to be successful, you’ll need to do some proper planning. Listed below are a few Mindful tips that can help. Tips for…
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Having Fun on a Budget

You Can Have Fun on a Budget Feeling a bit stressed or worn out? Maybe it’s time to pamper yourself and have some fun. Try these eight budget-friendly tips for adding renewal rituals to your daily life. Wouldn’t you enjoy a spa day or a shopping trip? These experiences can do wonders for your mood,…
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4 Budgeting Tips for a New Baby

Are you expecting an unexpected bundle of joy? You’re not alone. According to the CDC, 49 percent of pregnancies are unplanned, and unfortunately, not all parents are financially prepared. With just four mindful budgeting tips for a new baby you can start saving for your expanding family. Raising a child is a beautiful and expensive…
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9 Tips to Lower Your Financial Stress

It’s tax time. Most of us are experiencing some level of a reality check about our financial situation.  Let’s talk about what concrete steps you can take today to lower your financial stress. Financial stress has a tremendous affect on your health so be aware for these symptoms listed below. Physical   GI, headaches, sleep…
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Top Financial Stress Triggers

Money does not buy happiness, but it can be the source of a lot of stress. Worrying about unpaid bills and living paycheck to paycheck can cause physical and mental pain. With financial stress tips, you can overcome your money fears by taking small positive steps toward a more financially secure future. Finances cause a…
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5 Ways You’re Wasting Money

Spending and saving wisely make for a Mindful life. And since American wages have been relatively stagnant over the last few decades, it’s especially important that we examine our personal financial habits. Listed below are five ways in which you may be wasting your money. Don’t Waste Your Money–Try These 5 Ways to Save Missed…
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What is Your Social Credit Score?

Move over Experian and Equifax! We all know about our credit scoring system with credit reporting agencies such as Experian and Equifax. These credit agencies report our standardized credit rating scores to the world. I was intrigued when I heard about this new social credit score system. China’s New Big Idea China is now ranking citizens with…
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4 DIY Piggy Banks Your Kids Will Love

If you’re looking for a small craft project to occupy your children’s time, then DIY piggy banks may be just what you’re looking for! Your kids will have fun getting creative, and you can use the project as a teaching opportunity for your young kids. You can teach them how to count currency and you…
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