25 Things You Can Do Instead Of Spending Money

By |2020-03-15T22:13:28+03:00August 15th, 2014|Categories: Lifestyle, Self-Improvement, Success & Money|Tags: , , , |

Since the cost of living is growing and money is becoming harder to save, we are all in need of some free (and cheap) things to do to keep us entertained whilst tightening the purse strings and avoiding spending money. Even simple activities like a night at the movies or a meal out with the family are becoming too costly for many and saving money is becoming more and more important to all of us. Of course, some places in the world are more costly

7 Priceless Things That Money Will Never Be Able To Buy

By |2018-08-29T17:55:38+03:00July 4th, 2014|Categories: Self-Improvement, Success & Money|Tags: , , , , |

I love money – as we all do. Yet, money isn’t everything. There are things in life that are much more important than money itself, or anything that money is capable of buying. The reality is that even though we live in a capitalist world, the most valuable things in life come without a price tag. This is important to keep in mind as more and more people every year seem to be losing sight of this fact. Money cannot buy you everything. Here are

10 Reasons Why You Should Never Get a Job

By |2020-03-23T19:34:17+03:00June 29th, 2014|Categories: Career, Lifestyle, Self-Improvement, Success & Money|Tags: , , , |

It’s normal to assume that once you leave college or reach a certain age, you should get a job. But just because everybody does get a job, it doesn’t mean it’s the right thing to do. Here are a few reasons why: 1. You get what you work for. When you get a job, you’re usually only paid for the time that you actually work. But why not get paid for the hours that you’re not working too? Why not find a way to be making

How To Start Making Money Doing What You Love

By |2019-03-28T17:39:49+03:00June 20th, 2014|Categories: Career, Lifestyle|Tags: , , , |

In my seven years as a corporate banking analyst, I was trying to fit into a box that was totally out of alignment with my values. I always knew there was something deeper within me to share with the world. I longed for connection and meaning. I wanted to be appreciated for exactly who I am. The corporate banking world felt empty. The more I learned to fit into it, the more money I made. I wasn't encouraged to be me, but rather who they