New Year’s Motivation – Manage Your Money

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This is the second post in our New Year’s Motivation series.  After weight loss, I think people’s #2 resolution is to recover from their holiday debt, and learn how to manage your money.  I feel it certainly is a worthy goal.  To me, managing your money is less about getting rich and more about ensuring your family’s comfort and safety.  

I grew up with a single Mom and due to finances, we had to live in some very rough areas.  So I don’t take for granted that I am able to provide a nice home in a relatively safe neighborhood for my own children.  That was a very important lesson for me.


Part of my New Year's Eve series. This one has strategies to manage your money and eliminate your debt issues.

The Debt-Free Resources I Have to Offer to Manage Your Money

I have more than 75 posts on this site to teach you how to manage your money.  I’ve picked out my top five to hit a couple of different aspects of financial management.  I think my focus is a little different than many other finance/thrifty bloggers.  I don’t focus so much on specific deals as I do on small, measurable behavior changes and changing financial habits.  That is the real key to lasting improvement in how to manage your money.  I also have teen and young adult children, so I devote considerable attention to managing kids and money.

Here’s another little bonus tip – a simple tip to save you on library fines.

I hope these tips will give you a lot of help to manage your money.  Tomorrow’s topic is going to be how to declutter and manage your home.  That’s always a popular New Year’s resolution topic.  Here is the entire series.

Day 1 – Weight Loss Tips

Day 2 – Manage Your Money

Day 3 – Declutter/Organize Your Home

Day 4 – Be a Better Parent

Manage your money

Products and Services for Sale

Two of my top categories are organizing your home and managing your finances.  For me, these are top priorities for a happy and successful life.  So, over the years, I've put together a variety of resources to help you with these issues.

My Debt-Free Coaching

I've done debt-free coaching for hundreds of clients over the last eight years and I get a lot of joy out of helping people find simple and common-sense ways to dig themselves out of debt and learn to manage their money.  Check out my other website Start a New Chapter Consulting for more info and some great freebies.

Help with Your Blog or Business

If you are looking for any help regarding blogging, social media, or all things tech, you'll want to check out my other blog - Your Fairy Techmother.  I've been a full-time blogger and freelancer for a number of years, so I've gathered all my BEST tips into this helpful blog.

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