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13 Daily Habit Changes that Will Change Your Bank Account

Recently I read the quote “You aren’t going to change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine.” Ouch. That hit hard. I wanted the success. I wanted to work from home. But, when I was tired after working two jobs for other people. The last thing I wanted to do was work on my own blog and my own dreams. I knew that I had to reconsider what I was doing daily and if it matched up with my goals. Shocker, it didn’t. I was working every single day and paying off debt, but I wasn’t getting anywhere on any of my other goals. Bartending is not my calling and I don’t want to be there the rest of my life. I needed to make a change. Remember that your daily habits aren’t going to change overnight. They are small intentional things that will take a little bit of time to change. If you haven’t read S. J. Scott’s Book, Habit Stacking: 127 Small Changes to Improve Your Health, Wealth, and Happiness, I STRONGLY recommend this book! I also began applying this to my finances. What things do I do daily that match up/ don’t match up with my financial goals. There were a ton of things that I do daily, but thinking of how they affected my financial goals was eye opening. I started implementing SMALL daily changes. I started with one or two of these habits and have worked up to doing more of them as time progresses. 13 Daily Habits That Will Change Your Bank Account 1) Making coffee at home or at the office It is no secret that coffee is crazy over priced. If you can get into a habit of making your coffee at home daily instead of swinging buy Starbucks to get it every day, your wallet will thank you big time. Any coffee shop usually charges $3-6 for a cup of coffee. Even McDonald’s “McCafe” drinks are $3+! At one point I figured out the math that with the purchase…

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30 Date Ideas For “I don’t Know, What do you want to do?”

I have written quite a few rants about dating as a millennial. It isn’t dating anymore, but it seems that I am not the only one who has this opinion. In the last few days, I have read a ton of articles about bringing back old dating styles. I have heard excuses about being broke and not knowing what to do. Dates don’t always require money, but they usually require leaving the house. I don’t know why it is so completely impossible for some guys to pick a place and just go. But it is probably just as impossible as saying “What do you want to do?” to a woman and getting an actual answer. There are so many possibilities that when asked, what is a woman supposed to say?  Some of these dates are super cheap and some of them could get a little pricey. A few of them would be good to watch for specials and have certain days that are cheaper than others! Not every couple will enjoy every one of these on the list, but there are a ton of ideas. I tried to keep most of the date ideas to things that don’t require a lot of advanced planning, but a few of them do. I know that I have done almost all of these at one point in my years of dating. Here are 30 date ideas for the next time your partner says “I don’t know.”