So, this report is totally, 100% late. Since I got home from FinCon at the end of September, I’ve been doing a LOT of things. First, I’ve been making changes to further grow my brand and business while also streamlining my client work more and more. It may not look like much is different around … Continued
It may seem like a long time away, but the new year will be here before we know it. After all, look at how this year has been flying by!
If you set some lofty financial goals for this year, and seeing the new year approaching is making you a little panicky to say the least, you’re not alone!
Most people feel like they could use more time to complete their goals before the new year, myself included.
That’s why right now is the perfect time to reflect and start planning for the new year.
Halloween doesn’t have to be an expensive holiday, but a lot of people make it way more expensive than it needs to be. They spend $50-$100 (or more) on a costume for one night and don’t ever use it again. They stock up on way too much expensive candy and end up eating most of it themselves. And they buy tons of new decorations every single year.
Even though I love the holiday, I don’t want my Halloween spending to be scary. So, here are 3 things I do to keep my Halloween spending under control.