After losing my job when my company went bankrupt, I spent the majority of 2018 scrambling each month to keep it together. I’m proud to say that I did it, despite the obstacles, which changed my outlook about life and myself, greatly. Needless to say, it was a stressful year and so I was grateful to start 2019 with a new job and a commitment to get things on track, financially.
If you’re like me and ready to stay on top of your budget and finances this year and have made it a part of your resolution, there are concrete ways to put those resolutions to action in 2019. For some inspiration, I sought out the trusted advice of Savvy Ladies, a non-profit organization that provides personal finance education and resources for women to inspire them to plan for the future.
This isn’t the first time I’ve turned to this wonderful organization for guidance. When I first got divorced, I turned to them and then, when I lost my house in the divorce, I returned for more trusted advice. I can’t sing the organization’s praises more highly than I do!
New Year, New Start,