If you currently working a traditional 9-5 job, you can earn money while you are collecting your regular paycheck! While some of these methods may require you to do a little work outside of your regular job, you can start earning money while you’re at work! Here are some easy and fun ways to earn money while you’re at work, on the bus, and possibly while you are sleeping.
Andrea Richardson Fashion, Finance, Lifestyle, Mindset, Minimalism, Personal Finance, Personal-Development
Having a capsule wardrobe can not only help you save money on clothes but cut out the annoying decision fatigue that comes from having a large wardrobe. Here is how you can build a capsule wardrobe on a small budget.
Andrea Richardson Finance, Lifestyle, Mindset, Minimalism, Personal Finance, Personal-Development, Personal-Finance, Wellness
Money habits can be some of the easiest habits to form, and the toughest ones to break. When it comes to our money habits, we are more likely to keep doing the same things over and over, even if they’re not good for us. If you are looking to crush 2019 and take back your finances, here are 7 money habits you need to crush in 2019.
Andrea Richardson Beauty, Blog, Fashion, Lifestyle, Mindset, Minimalism, Personal-Development, Travel, Wellness
When it comes to pairing down the items I own, I usually don’t have much trouble. Until I open my makeup drawer that is. From eyeshadow palettes to bath bombs, my beauty product drawers have been overflowing for some time now. No thanks to subscription boxes, but that is a topic for a different article! You don’t have to give up your love for beauty products to still be a minimalist! Here is how to be a minimalist when you love beauty products.
Marie Kondo’s method of tidying has transformed the way we look at the items within our home. We are now challenged to keep only the items we use regularly, and only the ones that truly spark joy. When I first heard of Marie Kondo’s method of holding each item in your hand, I asked myself how in the world a blender could spark joy? What about a spoon? It sounded downright silly until I did it. Here are five things I learned from the Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.
Marie Kondo has introduced a fascinating way to declutter, and through the use of her Japanese decluttering method, she promises that you will never have to declutter again! Sounds pretty great, right? After being inspired by the Konmari method of decluttering, I’ve created a 15-day challenge to help you pare down your belongings to only those items that spark joy.