Welcome to S&T's #TBT! This week's post is an official throwback post from 2015. I'm considering whether to re-release old posts on the blog every first Thursday of the month. Let me know your thoughts in the comments section! I remember when I found out that Santa Claus wasn't real. I thought to myself: Now, … Continue reading The Greatest Lie Millennials Believe
On my free time, I've been reading articles on financial management, stories about billionaires, and other miscellaneous articles on attaining wealth. The tips I've obtained from such sources have been so simple; you'd think that everyone should know this, but apparently, they don't. If they did, I suppose everyone would be wealthy. Here are some tips on obtaining financial wealth.
They say honesty is the best policy. I suppose that's true when it comes to things like, telling your friend that the outfit she's wearing does not look good on her. It's true when your boyfriend says something that hurts your feelings and you have to confront him about it. It's true when taking an … Continue reading Honesty Ain’t The Best Policy
The American education system has not done its due diligence in making sure students are savvy in all things concerning finances. In grade school, I do not remember taking a class on interest rates, credit cards, investment portfolios and other financial concepts. It is no wonder many millennial are in over their head in educational debt; … Continue reading If It Don’t Make Money, It Don’t Make Cents: My Journey To Financial Freedom
Along with dozens of other qualities I desire in a lifetime partner, his potential to make money, his current income, his beliefs and money practices have been recently added to the list. This is a huge deal to me, for I always endorsed the fantasy that all I needed is love in a relationship in … Continue reading I Ain’t Sayin I’m A Gold Digger…