Whatever stage of life you are currently in as a young-adult, whether that be starting your senior year of college, beginning your first real-world job, living on your own, etc., knowing how to manage your money seems a bit overwhelming. So, I have made it easy. I've compiled a list of my favorite apps/websites that I use almost daily to help me manage, save, invest, and budget my money well.
I graduated college. Moved to Nashville. Landed an internship. Started dating a frat boy (Long distance at that! Don't worry, he's wonderful). Made new friends. Gained some Nashville weight. Chopped my hair off. Started becoming independent.
These books have brought me out of my comfort zones in several different ways. They teach productivity, inspire creativity, and offer an escape from reality. It was hard to narrow down the ten books that I wanted to share with all of you, but these books have proved to be the best of the best. I hope you get to read all of them!
Fashion Inspo https://www.pinterest.com/faithwillyams/fashion-inspo/ My "Fashion Inspo" board has all of the neutral colored, comfy vibes that inspire my wardrobe. Most of my clothes are second hand, so I like to look at this board before I take a much needed trip to Goodwill or Plato's Closet. Cutesy Homes https://www.pinterest.com/faithwillyams/cutesy-homes/ My dream is to renovate a…