It’s time for a little confession. Okay, here it goes – my budgeting (and especially my spending) was sorta off-balance during the holidays. I am talking from end of November until now. Gasp! I know! I am sure most of you did better, but hey, I believe in honesty, so I was willing to admit it. So, in an effort to learn from my mistakes, I decided to put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) and write down all the ways that I went off. Are you ready? Here they are –
This is the last in my series about side hustles and second incomes. My personal opinion is that everyone should have a side hustle, it’s kinda like a hobby… but you get paid for it! In this series, we have already given well over 50 options for side hustles and second incomes (check out part 1 here), but now let’s look for extra income jobs for people who Have the money and desire to invest in a side hustle turned career/business.
As we continue on our financial journey, I felt that I should share some things I wish I had been told when I was in college. College years is where most people start to pick up bad habits for their finances. If your parents didn’t set you up for success (aka – teach AND model good finances), you get out of high school and are plunged into the adult world, filled with bills, responsibility, college, stress and trying to stay afloat in all of it. And, so you try, kudos to you for trying! But, if you are reading this, you probably in need of some tips.
“I know I could have used the help 10 years ago when I struggling to keep my grades up and my bank account postive…”
so here is my post college financial wisdom…
Money… the lack of it, the way it is spent, stressing over, working 40+ hours a week for it. And if you are trying to do life with a spouse, well, then it is double the trouble as you try to do this whole money thing together. Seriously, you know that money is the #1 reason for divorce in America, no wonder it feels like you are trying to pull a lion’s teeth every time you try to talk about it. So let’s find a better way to do this, let’s pretend budget conversations are like eating dinner.