I don’t know about you, but I’ve been really tired lately. And this feeling has really had huge impacts on my productivity, which is why today, I want to talk about productivity on a different level – how to stay productive even when exhausted. I love what I do, I really do, but
Today, we’re talking about discrimination. The past couple of weeks have been hard to witness with so much going on the world, but Black Lives Matter is such an important movement that needs to take place right now. I posted on Instagram last week that I would be putting a pause on all
Personal Growth Update May 2020: Investing vs. Saving, My Performance Review, and Feeling Proud Of Failure
Last month, I talked all about this roller coaster of emotions that I started on due to the pandemic and May has been a continuation of that roller coaster but differently. In April I talked about my money anxiety around my retinal property and that that has all been resolved so I’m not worried
Oh my goodness I have made so many investing mistakes in the stock market is actually laughable. And today I’m going to be sharing all those terrible investing mistakes. The title of this article is not exaggerating, these are investing mistakes that you need to know to avoid losing thousands.
Today I wanted to share with you how I’m doing and what I’ve been up to in the month of April. This episode is going to be a bit more unstructured and chatty than other episodes. It will be my monthly update for April today I sharing the behind the scenes of my struggles and successes for the month.
While we all love the excitement of starting a new career, it can come up with a lot of decision making. Changing careers can be scary and exciting, filled with new potential and fear if this is the right decision. Career planning is a topic that we all need to discuss at every stage
At the beginning of April 2020, I hit my $10,000 Emergency Fund goal. Emergency funds are such a great topic for the 2nd episode of the Millennial Life Admin podcast because it’s one of the foundations of personal finance. What is an Emergency Fund? An emergency fund is a set amount of money
Hi everyone! I am so excited to announce today the launch of the Millennial Life Admin: Work Life Money Podcast. I’m so excited to get started and I wanted to begin this first episode by sharing what this all about, what to expect, and who I am. My name is Kimberly and I