For most of us, it’s so easy to assume that managing our personal finances as an adult means we have to be sitting at our kitchen table with a spouse, surrounded by a dozen bills and financial statements, with a calculator in one hand and our face in the other, looking extremely stressed. When really,
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Millennial Life Admin is the resource hub for all your life admin needs. What is life admin? It’s the things as adults we push to the side such as updating a resume, paying bills, and growing up. MLA was created out of the principal philosophy that:
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One of the toughest parts of changing careers is the fact that you don’t feel you like you have the skill set to make the jump. The imposter syndrome of entering into a new field of work without the proper skills is real and it is intimidating. I have definitely been down that road before.
This is a long overdue post, but I’m happy to be back into the writing circuit after catching a bit of a bug at the latter end of my vacation. If you didn’t know, I was recently in Bolivia and Peru! And this week, I will be breaking down exactly how much I spent on
It’s tax season! And depending on if you’re on team “tax-refund” or team “tax-payment” it’s the same cycle every year. While I understand why some people really dread this season, for me it’s a pretty good time of the year because I am currently waiting on a refund. Ordinarily, I receive about $1100 a year
I get it, quitting a job can be hard sometimes. It’s easy if the workplace is toxic, or you have a terrible boss or super low pay, but sometimes those external factors aren’t there. You could be working a job that is perfectly fine. It pays the bills. It’s not perfect, but it has its
Have you ever had a conversation with a co-worker or boss where they start using terms and acronyms that you don’t really understand?
Yup, I’ve been there.
Especially as a new graduate or new employee, it can be easy for people to start referring to these terms nonchalantly in conversation. And most of the time,
Hi there! My name is Kimberly and I created MLA as a personal development, career, and finance resource for millennials.
MLA focuses on helping career-driven millennials create the personal development habits to work life balance and manage their money.
Throughout this blog, you’ll find articles that give specific and detailed advice because I’m not into the fluffy advice. There’s plenty of those on the internet. Here you will find tangible advice on how to find a rewarding career you love, where you can help others, and learn how to save and invest your money for the future.
I hope you’ll follow along!