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Weekend Reads: Money & Career

Time Blocking Cube: What Is It and How To Use It

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Last week we talked about blogging and this week is all about advancing in your career and get your financial goals met. Read up my roundup of the best links across the web and let’s discuss which of these articles you loved the best and why!

Did you ever have a chance to read the Money Diary series on Refinery 29? In case you don’t know, these are weekly spending notes of people with different salaries. I don’t know why, but it was a super fun read for me to get a sneak peek on how much people spend on certain things and their rationale behind it.

Perfect vacation doesn’t mean spending thousand and thousand dollars on your trip! With those tips by Keiko Lynn you will learn how to travel on a budget and have the best time ever!

To make your home look Insta-worthy should not cost a fortune. Writer and self-taught decorator Emily Schuman shares her tips on how to find affordable decor pieces that will transform your house.

Time is money, that’s why it’s important to learn the techniques that save you time, i.e. time management. Recently, I purchased a time cube as per recommendations of Lauryn Evarts from The Skinny Confidential and I feel so much more productive thanks to this technique.

Apparently, there is such thing as “Holistic Money Cleanse” that is allegedly helping people to transform their approach to money. It sounds interesting, but I’m not sure if I’m up to it yet.

If you are planning on changing your career path, 2017 is the year! Find inspiration in stories of those women who prove that you don’t need to be rich to start a successful business.

Dreaming about living in the City like Carrie Bradshaw? It’s all possible, especially with these tips on how to live in the big city on a small budget.

Loved this inspiring success story of the most profitable brands, Yankee Candle.

It’s all about resolutions again at The Every Girl blog. This time, these are financial resolutions to make in 2017.

My shopping habits have definitely changed when I started purchasing everything (from soy milk for my coffee to fancy dresses and shoes) online. Apparently, it’s just the beginning of shopping revolution that is coming up soon.