My favorite memory of 2017 is probably from one 12-hour stretch in July. The trip that wasn’t a trip, and a day I gave to myself.
I need something more than a flimsy backpack and less than the beast you could pack a week’s worth of supplies and a tent into. I finally invested in a CamelBak a few years ago and am so glad I did. It’s been my around-town backpack as well as my day-tripping, semi-serious hiking pack.
I declare it impossible to choose just one favorite travel destination. Each one has its own personality, its own quirks, its own discoveries. So here are my Top 5 favorite U.S. trips. As of now.
It’s important to know what you’ll spend your extra income on, and to get specific. Visualization is a key component in that. So to help you out, I’ve compiled a list of awesome things you can do with extra income!
“Side hustle” is the modern-day equivalent of diversification. It’s as relevant now as it’s ever been. It’s all about figuring out your number — what do I want to make per month — and then figuring out the hustles that will make that number a reality for you.
One of my favorite side hustles is an honest-to-God, work-from-home endeavor that almost anyone can do. I had zero formal training and am earning $500 to $600 a month, with a goal to do more. With a handful of hours a week, you can feasibly make $300 a month at this.
For many of us, a traditional job doesn’t work for a variety of reasons. Here are 15 side hustles you can start today to make extra money.
What do you get when you combine a stack of Law of Attraction books plus a sweetheart of a dog? Slobbery metaphors, of course!
Don’t be too cocky to notice subtleties and glean knowledge from the unlikeliest, even goofiest, of places. If you’re open to the idea, you can find inspiration from Kung Fu Panda, for example. That’s right. Today we talk about a tubby panda bear named Po and how he has everything to do with the Law of Attraction.
I saw a bunch of fun tee shirts at a children’s clothing store recently. But some of them will never find their way into my son’s closet.
Why? They’re disguised as humor, but they contain messages of failure. And I don’t want my son to take those to heart (and mind).