Tag Archives: budgeting

The Saver and The Spender Podcast Episode 14: Julie DeVito, personal coach and time management expert

Julie DeVito is a personal coach that specializes in working with professional women, leaders, mothers and others who set big goals for themselves and want to keep reaching new levels of success.  Her areas of expertise are performance psychology, leadership development, productivity improvement and stress management.  She is a certified professional coach, holds a Master's Degree […]

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The Saver and The Spender Podcast Episode 13: Demir from LifeHackBootcamp.com

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Most people can agree that they can be more productive and organized in their life.  Demir at LifeHackBootcamp.com has found simple ways to hack your brain so that you are more productive, get more done in less time so you save money, get healthy and get your life back so you have time to do what […]

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Tab's Tips for What to Buy at Goodwill

Guest Post by style consultant Tabitha Dumas.  Check out her website at www.TabithaDumas.comIf you’re new to Goodwill shopping, or thrifting or secondhand shopping in general, this post about what to buy at Goodwill is for you.Goodwill shopping, like a lot of shopping, is hit or miss. Sometimes you’ll leave with nothing and other times you’ll […]

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What Can Getting Sick Cost You? Guest blog post by Kelli Carter

What can getting sick cost you?In real estate it is all about "location, location, location" but when it comes to your health, it is "prevention, prevention, prevention"!It is estimated that only 10-30% of your health conditions are due to a genetic predisposition (the genes you are born with).Guess what that means?Your environment (what you control) […]

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The Saver and The Spender Podcast Episode 12: The Dynamic Communicator, Jill Schiefelbein

Communication -the human connection- is the key to personal and career success. - Paul J. MeyerIn today's episode we talk with The Dynamic Communicator, Jill Schiefelbein.  She is a communication expert and leads businesses and individuals towards better communication skills by involving 3 audiences: internal, consumers and general public.  She is the author of "Dynamic […]

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The Saver and The Spender Podcast Episode 11: Budgeting to buy a house

In this episode we talk about budgeting when you are in the process of buying a house, saving for your kids' college, how not to pay off debt, and a concerning issue looming over the country (Dah Dah Daaahhhhh) and much more.You can find the link to the Money Personality quiz we talked about for […]

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The Saver and The Spender Podcast Episode 10: Jen Casey and Angie Lee from The Wellpreneur Business Academy

Jen Casey and Angie Lee are the geniuses behind The Wellpreneur Business Academy, which is an exclusive 3 month program that teaches health coaches systems and strategies that will launch their brand and master live video, social media and branding.Today we are chatting with them about how they coach wellness professionals to succeed.  Not only is […]

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Finances and Divorce for Women - Financial Help for Women Going Through Divorce

The following blog post is a guest post by Nancy Hetrick, founder of Smarter Divorce Solutions. Divorce happens. Let her help you get through it in a kinder, gentler, more affordable way with the assurance that your financial settlement will be a win-win for everyone with no tax or property division surprises. As a Certified Divorce […]

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The Saver and The Spender: Episode 9: Budgeting for your dream wedding

How many of you are planning your wedding right now?  What kind of budget are you using and how are you doing at sticking to it?  For those of you who have already gotten married how do you feel about your wedding budget?  Did you stick to it?  Was it easy to use and accessible?  Did […]

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The Saver and The Spender Podcast Episode 8: It's January, are you ready for Christmas?

It's January of 2017 and there are a lot of things on our minds.  New years resolutions abound and for a lot of people taking control of their personal finances are top priority.  One thing you can do is start to plan the next year's worth of gifts and holidays by creating a gift budget. […]

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