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Meet Kim

January 27, 2017

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12813917_10153454710901475_7438798912823403125_nA few weeks ago, I shared in my weekly blog post that I don’t run my business by myself anymore. In fact, I’ve been building my team behind-the-scenes for some time now.

My newest team member, Kim, has helped me make some big changes and updates to this site, and I am so grateful for her help! And now it’s time for me to introduce you to her because she will be joining me to share some of her stories on the blog.

Kim is married with a young daughter, and I know she’ll add provide a great perspective and voice to the site that’s been missing since Kristi left last year.

Kim is a Texan native who has lived in Kansas City, MO with her husband and daughter for almost five years. While she loves being at the beach and traveling, she spends her days as a full-time virtual assistant and mother. Juggling entrepreneurship and motherhood isn’t always easy, but she’d take that over a desk job any day.

Here are a few fun facts about Kim.

What’s the First Thing You Do In The Morning?

I like to study my bible and slowly sip a cup of coffee. I normally don’t have a lot of time in the morning before my daughter wakes up, but I try to cherish the quiet as much as I can.

Are you Frugal or a Shopaholic?

Frugal all the way! I am always being told that I can turn a dime into a dollar. I actually hate spending money unless I absolutely have too.

What Is Your Biggest Motivation?

My family for sure. They are super supportive, and I do everything so I can give them the best life they can have.

Best Money Tip You Ever Received?

I have two that have stuck with me my entire life. Pay your tithes, and if you can’t pay cash you don’t need it. My dad never believed in loans or credit cards, and he paid cash for EVERYTHING (even his house). While I’ve slipped at times, I try to keep this advice in mind. It’s really made a difference in my financial life.

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