The further I get along this journey, the more I expect that I’ll be able to do these unexpected acts of kindness for others. Along with all the other benefits of becoming financially stable and working toward financial freedom, this is the one I’m most excited about!
I love shopping. It doesn’t matter if it’s for clothing, home decor, or just groceries. The thrill of the hunt, exploring new-to-me shops, finding bargains, and adding unique items to my closet or home are all experiences that I love about shopping.
The problem with shopping, as I’m sure many fellow shopaholics will solemnly nod their heads in agreement, is that shopping is an exchange of goods or services for money.
April was a bit of a blur.
Between more than enough work to keep me busy, working on launching my new project (Cash Wise ExWives), celebrating my 27th birthday, and paying taxes, it was crazy!
I also took off for a business retreat on April 30th, so I was working to get ahead before I left for my trip.
Being self-employed means I can take off work whenever I want, but I still have to do the work at some point. My business is definitely still a mostly active revenue source. I am working to make it more passive, but I know it’ll take some time to get there. 🙂