Get Your Life Together in 2021: 6 Key Areas of Focus!

          We are in tough times!  If we could have predicted 2020.  Well, I am sure we all would have been a bit more prepared in some way.  Even if just financially.  I know personally for me, 2020 has been a catalyst for me to get my life together.  The repercussions…

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Financial Freedom: 8 Financial Regrets to Avoid for Financial Freedom!

Image by Shameer PK, on Pixabay I am in my early fifties now and have plenty of financial regrets.  I have worked long and hard all my life from when I was 15 years old.  Financial freedom evades me, as I mostly only have debt to show for my hard work.  This is not just…

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Law of Attraction: How my Crystal Grid for Wealth is Manifesting!

Photo by Madison Inouye from Pexels On my spiritual journey, I gained an interest in crystals last year.  Crystals are stunning, magical and comforting.  I admit I did initially purchase many crystals in haste to build up my crystal collection as quickly as I could.  This was a mistake!  Having now slowed down, I now make considered choices…

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8 Personal Lessons from the Pandemic!

Image by Tumisu from Pixabay These are things I have learned personally from the Covid-19 pandemic.  Many of these things I hope to keep up even when the pandemic is long gone.  The least I need to rely on the current supply chains and government assistance the better. 1.  How Quickly the World can Change…

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My No / Low Buy Update (July 2020)

Image by Micheile Henderson, Unsplash.com In my quest for financial freedom, I struggled doing a ‘no buy’, so this is more of a ‘low buy’ than a ‘no buy’ update.  I will include what I have purchased and the reasons why (otherwise known as excuses).  Although I have restrained from buying things I simply don’t…

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Financial Freedom Goals Update: July 2020

This is an update on my financial freedom goals. Emergency Fund Well I must say I have really surprised myself, as someone who previously would have spent every last penny I had (and more), I did save a massive (to me anyway) £1649.98 in my Emergency Fund.  This was an increase of £1220.70 since February…

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