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I Suck at Saving Money, But I’m Gonna Do Better This Month

So we’re almost halfway through the month when I realized that I forgot to post my goals for the month. This post has actually been written since the 3rd, but my work schedule has been so busy. And when I finally get home from work in the evenings either even up having to continue working another couple hours or I don’t even want to touch another computer until the next day. And here we are, on the thirteenth of the month. Just reviewing my goals for the month. #dontjudgeme Let’s just get into my recap of January’s goals below. Finish My Vision Board I gave myself the entire month to finish my vision board because I was lacking the images I needed to complete the board. I asked friends for magazines and even attempted to purchase magazines before I realized…

My Goals for January 2020

Did you read my earlier post on the major L I took setting big goals before my fortieth birthday? I set a LOT of goals and probably only accomplished 25% of them. So if it’s one thing I’ve learned when it comes to goals, it’s keeping it simple and keeping it realistic.  I am really trying to take on the whole “new year, new me” attitude in various avenues of my life. Finish My Vision Board I attended a vision board party right after the new year but did not get a chance to complete the board. Never did I think it would be so hard to complete the board. I don’t subscribe to any magazines. My roommate throws all of hers away. My co-workers didn’t have any. This past weekend, I figured I would just run to the…

July Recap/August Goals

Each month I share my goals as a way to motivate myself to get things done and stay accountable. I hope to inspire you to set goals as well. July was Minority Mental Health month. Mental health is something that is very passionate to me because of my past experience with depression and also my new discovery of another mental health disorder that I have. If you missed my “Coming Out” story, you can read all about it here. I also shared some important stats on Mental Health on my Instagram stories, so if you missed them, here’s a quick recap: 1 in 5 adults in America experience a mental illness Research indicates that African Americans believe that mild depression or anxiety would be considered “crazy” in their social circles Many believe that discussions about mental illness would not be appropriate even among…