Around the time I stopped running, a good friend introduced me to something I hadn’t done since I was a little kid… hula hooping. I borrowed her hoop to give it a spin (lol pun) and didn’t realize how much I would fall in love with it. It was also a really low-impact exercise and didn’t put a strain on my left foot or knee, and turned out to be a much needed substitute for my running.
It’s been about a month since I’ve published anything on my blog–life got really busy both personally and professionally. I’m really hoping to get back
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*This post was created by request on behalf of a UNI 101 class about financial literacy.* This post may contain links, please see my Disclaimer
You’ll Actually Want to Talk About Money First thing’s first: get rid of the notion that money talk is taboo. Prior to starting this blog
If you didn’t see my previous post that explained Dave Ramsey’s first three baby steps, you’ll want to click over to read that post first. The first three steps are all about saving for emergencies, digging out of debt, and gaining a security net of a fully funded emergency fund. The last four steps are all about looking at the long-term financial future, and steps 4, 5, and 6 are completed concurrently.