Word-for-Word Ways to Say No Like a Boss (Part 3)

Hey Feministas! In this final post about Saying No Like a Boss we’ll give you the juicy words to use to tell someone no and still be kind. Sometimes we go to the extreme of  saying no out of anger or with attitude or not saying anything and feeling like a doormat. Now there are definitely times

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Time-Poor? Here Are 6 Places To Find More of It

I am always amazed by people in my circle that seem to commit to completing the goals they have set for themselves—whether it be becoming more healthy, working on their side-hustle, or returning to school as they juggle family and work obligations. I know a lot of us have big, juicy dreams but say that

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How To Bounce Back From A Repossession

Many of my clients have dealt with a previous repossession and some of them are not sure how to bounce back from that. There are a few steps to follow and of course, you must have patience as many banks are not willing to give a second chance. I will quickly break down step by

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4 Must Ask Questions to Saying No (Part 2 in series)

Hi Feministas! Were continuing our three-part series on Saying No Like a Boss. Acknowledge was the first step. Did you acknowledge all of the times that you wanted to say no? Was it surprising how often you wanted to say no to someone or something? Or did you notice that the desire to say no

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5 Emotional Reasons for Spending and How to Overcome It

By Aisha Taylor How many of you have ever gone shopping, brought the items home, and then thought, “Why did I buy that?”  If so, you may have purchased that item because you were emotionally shopping.  The problem with emotional shopping is that often times we purchase things that we don’t need, and we spend

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Saying No Like A Boss

In light of Women’s Month (well really Women’s History month but modern day women are just as important!) we’re bringing you a three-part series: Saying No Like A Boss As women we get so tripped up in being nice that we don’t consider our own needs. We give automatic yeses to situations that require nos.

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9 Ways To Successfully Handle Debt Collectors

  Tiffany the Budgetnista is back with another helpful post! ( You can learn more about Tiffany and The Budgetnista here: thebudgetnista.com) I know, I know….Debt Collectors can seem reeeeally scary.  They’re these mysterious people who call you and demand payment whether you have it or not. They can even threaten you with credit destruction, wage garnishments

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Who Runs The World? Girls!!! 5 Facts That You Need To Know About Women and Wealth

Earlier this month I attended a Morgan Stanley workshop called, “Women and Wealth” headed by the Urban Girl Squad to increase my financial acumen and because, as you know, personal finance and empowerment are passions of mine. The workshop covered the basics as it relates to savings, money management, and retirement. Their message, like any

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How To Stop The Student Loan Mafia From Taking Your Tax Return

By: Calvin O’Neal Russell Jr – Certified FICO Professional I remember it like it was yesterday. I walked inside of the tax place and the lady was very professional. She explained to me how taxes worked and how people always ended up getting refunds. Of course, I asked how can I get one. She told me

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Only 24 Hours in a Day – Use Your Time Wisely

Most of us living today have too many things to do and not enough time. With only 24 hours in a day and needing to sleep, eat, and travel that doesn’t leave enough time for everything else. Since wishing for more time doesn’t change anything the only thing we can do is use what we have

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