Side Hustle Income Report, August 2017 – $671.34

Side Hustle Income Report, August 2017 – $671.34

Hello, hustlers. Another month, another income report. As always, I post these to hopefully educate and inspire others when it comes to the world of side hustling (and the lucrative nature thereof). After all, an extra couple of hundred bucks never hurt anyone. Me: single lady, no kiddos or fur babies, work 40 hours a week, … Read More

Side Hustle Income Report, June 2017 – $959.90

Side Hustle Income Report, June 2017 – $959.90

Hello, friends. Another month, another income report. As always, I post these to hopefully educate and inspire others to make some serious pocket change off of side hustling! After all, an extra couple of hundred bucks never hurt anyone. In case anyone is curious what I do with my side hustle cash: aside from this … Read More

Guest Post: Curbing Your Spending with the Zero Day Challenge

Guest Post: Curbing Your Spending with the Zero Day Challenge

A wild guest post appeared! Today, we’ve got some excellent insight on the methodologies behind curbing your spending – something I don’t talk too often about, since I’m usually busy praising the merits of side hustling and earning extra income. But, while earning more money is important, arguably how you manage it will determine your success on the … Read More

Navigating Mindfulness on the Journey to F.I.R.E.

Navigating Mindfulness on the Journey to F.I.R.E.

*Post contains affiliate links. Read my disclaimer here. Like many others out there, I practice mindfulness. Or attempt to, anyway. The hyper-awareness born from actively taking stock of your feelings and emotions can be exhausting. Sometimes I just want to turn my mind off, but negativity can be a veritable force. My personal vice is … Read More

7 Less-Than-Glamorous Frugal Tips for the Broke Girl

7 Less-Than-Glamorous Frugal Tips for the Broke Girl

*Post contains affiliate links. Read my disclaimer here. You can either be a ‘lazy and broke’ girl or a ‘frugal and slaying’ girl. I choose the latter. I enjoy challenging myself to examine what is necessary in life vs. what is convenient. Often times, we pay for convenience, even though the alternatives aren’t all that bothersome. … Read More