I never know what is next. I can try my best to control what my next step will be - and the exact opposite seems to always take place. But the difference between how I would have dealt with this in the past, and how I deal with this now, is confidence.
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.
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!
What I Experienced Through a Year of Grief
**disclaimer: this has no central message, a lot of grammatical errors, and sometimes doesn't make that much sense. ** The shock effect has not completely worn off, but it has removed itself just enough for horrible flashbacks that come with the emotional journey of losing my mom. I often will be in the middle of…
Today I did a turmeric face mask to brighten my skin and it looked a little something like this:
I am going to let you in on a pretty dirty part of my soul. This is something I have struggled with ever since I came to college and became a Christian. It's not pretty. It's profoundly embarrassing. I never truly recognized it as sin until recently, when a friend called me out on it…