5 Ways to Invest in Yourself

Do you know of an investment that will surely pay off big in the future? No financial investment is ever guaranteed to bring back huge returns except investing in yourself. Investing in yourself will upgrade your potential and help you to transform your future for the better. The best time to start is now.

While you work to enhance the growth of your career, company or business, you should not forget your personal growth so you can live a well-balanced life. Here are 5 ways that you can start investing in yourself.

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Why You Should Set Fun Money in Your Budget

It is important to track our spending and know where our money goes to so we know how to adjust our budget. Sticking to a budget takes a lot of discipline and determination but it will help us reach our financial goals faster. With this description, budgeting may sound like a dreary process. With mostly people’s budget going to expenses, is there a more rewarding way to budget our money? Actually, there is!

While most of our income goes to our living expenses, we should also make a budget for fun and play. A fun or play fund is what you use to indulge in things that you enjoy or purchases that you do on impulse without ruining your budget for the important things. There are important reasons why we should include this in our monthly budget.

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Why You Should Tithe and Give

The concept of sharing our blessings is a teaching that we often hear as children. Sadly, we do not practice this very much as we grow older and we don’t often encounter such generosity from other people either. This is mostly due to financial reasons but also due to having a poverty mindset.

In fact, generosity in the form of a “tithe” or a giving fund should be a habit and should be part of our monthly budget. Here are some reasons why we should develop and maintain the practice of tithing.

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5 Ways to Break Your Social Media Addiction

Social media usage has become a regular part of our daily lives; so much so that more and more people are becoming addicted to it. Like any addiction, it has harmful effects to our overall health. Even so, we must accept the fact that this product of modern technology is not going away anytime soon and people are going to continue using it for a very long time.

The technology itself is not harmful, at least it is not intended to be so, but the way people use it is what causes the negative effects. To prevent and reduce the negative effects of social media addiction, we need to manage how we use it. There are many ways you can start breaking your social media addiction that you can apply immediately.

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Best Hair Brush and Comb for Detangling and Styling your Hair

There are so many kinds of hairbrushes and combs out there. What are you using? Are you even sure that you are using the correct one for your hair? Using the correct hairbrush and comb for your hair is very important because not only will it help you take care of your hair, it will also help you achieve the hairstyle that you want.

Combs and hairbrushes are categorized depending on their uses. Some are made for detangling and smoothing. Others are made for curling or straightening. Others are made specifically for wet hair. Thus, it is important to familiarize yourself of their uses to ensure that you are getting the maximum benefit in taking care and styling your hair.

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10 Tips for Healthier Hair

Having a bad hair day also means we feel less attractive and less confident than we usually do. This could greatly affect our whole day as these little concerns can influence our mood, even our productivity and how we interact with other people.

On the other hand, a good-looking mane can make our day. Whether it’s our hair or our mood because of our great-looking hair, people will notice and the whole day has a higher chance of being a pleasant experience just because of people’s compliments.

Having healthy hair is not as high maintenance as you think. To get healthier, good-looking hair, here are some tips that you can incorporate into your personal care routine to ensure that you have your scalp and locks pampered too.

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5 Steps to Properly Wash Your Hair

Hair is our crowning glory and how we wash our hair can affect how glorious, or how limp and tired, our hair looks. There are many ways to care for our hair but let’s start with proper hygiene. How we wash our hair can promote its health or cause damage to our scalp and strands.

“Oiliness is next to ugliness” is a good reminder to take note of when it comes to our hair. If we don’t properly wash our hair, our scalp will produce more oil to ward off dryness which can cause our hair to look limp instead of soft and light. To avoid having hair that looks dull and uncared for, here are some basic steps you can follow to properly wash your hair.

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Lessons from Someone who Overcame Her Lowest Point in Life

You are in pain. You are having a tough time.  Nothing seems to be going your way. You just want everything to end. Unfortunately, no matter how miserable you are; life will go on. If it is any consolation, think that you are not alone. All of us, at several points in our lives have to go through challenges.No one is exempted even if you are the smartest and wealthiest person in the world. That’s just the way life is. The good news is that if you feel like you have already reached the lowest point in your life, then there is nowhere to go but up.

Life always waits for some crisis to occur before revealing itself at its most brilliant. – Paulo Coelho

Low points are the turning points in life. What you make out of them will define who you are and what you will become in the future.

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5 Things To Do to Get Through Your Lowest Point in Life

Life is made up of highs and lows and people of all ages experience it differently. When we are experiencing a “high” in some or several aspects of our life, we feel blessed, happy and fulfilled. We usually go out and tell people the good news and are compelled to celebrate our good luck, to share our joy with those most important to us and with those who helped us along the way.

When the opposite happens however, we tend to withdraw from everyone. Most of us would rather be alone when we’re sad, angry, frustrated, feeling hopeless or regretful. When we experience life from the low side, withdrawing from socialising can be helpful to your mental and emotional health but only if you do so for a short period of time. If you are feeling like you are at your lowest point in life, here are some things you can think about and do to help you feel better and to get back on your feet quicker.

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5 Things to Consider Before Booking A Flight

The thrill of making plans to travel to your next destination is both exciting and stressful. Over excitement can blind us to details that turn out to be important later on. Being stressed can also make us forgetful about even the most essential aspects of our plans. However, we must strive to stay on top of everything so we don’t sabotage our own travel plans.

It’s better to be a little bit stressed out while making your travel plans so you are able to enjoy the full experience of your adventure. That’s why, before you book your cheap airline ticket, be sure to consider these things in your travel plans. These are especially important if you’re traveling out of the country.

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10 Tips to Get Cheap Airline Tickets

Have you ever wondered how frequent travellers are able to afford going to the destinations you see on their social media feeds? One obvious reason is that they set aside a travel fund so they have their travel expenses covered whenever they decide to set out to their next destination.

A not-so-obvious reason is that they are meticulous in planning ahead and this includes learning how to get cheap airline tickets. If you’re itching to fulfil your wanderlust, then here are 10 tips to get you started on your travel adventures.

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5 Ways to Improve Your Financial Literacy

Money is involved in almost everything we do in our daily lives. We work at our 9-to-5 jobs to earn money because we have so many things to spend it on. Most of us barely get by on our monthly income, making it seem like we are working for money instead of making our money work for us.

This is why financial literacy is important. Learning about money and understanding how you can make it work for you, instead of the other way around, will help you reach your financial goals quicker.

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