With all these challenges floating around, I thought why not have a money challenge. It is similar to the 52 week challenge but scaled down to 30 days. This is for anyone wanting to save close to $500 in a month.
By: Ms. J
We are officially one month into summer but yet it feels like it’s almost ending. Ok I am assuming for you Northerners, since here in the South (Florida) we get 365 days of sun. Sooooo…..how’s your money flowing? Not to get in your business, but if you are having issues with spending have you considered other alternatives to enjoying your summer without breaking the bank?
Coreen A Simpson #wcw
Coreen A Simpson
By: Ms. K
Our sophisticated diva of the week is Coreen A Simpson. Ms. Simpson is walking by Faith and starting her own company. She is an amazing woman of God, mother, and fiancé. Listen to our phone interview to discover why she decided to leave her job, her motivation for her company, why her grandmother has such an inspiring role in her life, and it all started by having Faith.
Back on Track….(financial edition)
By: Ms. J
Can you believe that it is the end of June? We only have 6 more months to complete our 2014 goals. Time flies, life happens and brain farts occur. Let us re-evaluate our accomplishments thus far and our goals for the rest of the year.
National Small Business Week
By: Ms. J
“In his proclamation declaring May 12-16 as National Small Business Week, President Barack Obama called small businesses “the lifeblood of our economy, employing half of our country’s workforce and creating nearly two out of every three new American jobs.” (CNBC).
Hosted in select cities each year, the SBA uses this opportunity as a forum to foster and assist small businesses around the U.S. This year, San Francisco, Kansas City, Boston and Washington D.C. were the top cities chosen to host this year’s events. If you happen to reside in or close to one of these cities, take a moment to attend, learn and use the knowledge the government is offering to further your business opportunity.