Welcome to my list of very fine resources that can help you make more money, manage your money, change your money mindset, and overall live a better life.
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Start a Money Making Blog with Bluehost
I love Bluehost. Every time I’ve needed to figure out some website problem, whether it be confirming the website through the cPanel or transferring URLs to one hosting account, I’ve received GREAT customer service. I have zero problems with Bluehost, and I recommend them wholeheartedly.
Earn Affiliate Income on Your Blog with Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing
Michelle at Making Sense of Cents makes crazy money with affiliate marketing – like $100,000 a month! When I set a goal to make more money, I immediately signed up to learn from the best. In this course, she walks you through everything you need to do to start making money with affiliate links. The course is easy-to-navigate and easy-to-understand. There are plenty of things you can do immediately to set yourself up for affiliate marketing success, and they’re laid out in this comprehensive course.
Increase Blog Traffic with Pinteresting Strategies
Although Michelle offers a Pinterest strategy in Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing, I couldn’t help but think it would be a good idea to get another perspective. I’m glad I did. I feel like I understand Pinterest better now that I’ve read this eBook from Mommy on Purpose. If you’re interested in growing your page views (which will increase your ad revenue AND your affiliate sales) then take a look at this guide.
Save on Autopilot with Digit
When I was paying off debt, Digit was a secret weapon. I loved how hands off it was. I didn’t have to do a thing but check my savings balance from time to time. I even added a line for Digit savings on my Net Worth Spreadsheet! I quit Digit when they announced they’d be charging $2.99 a month for their service. But, within three months, I missed the savings! On average, Digit was saving me over $100 a month! I decided I’d gladly pay $2.99 to have that kind of savings add up. I still think it’s a secret weapon.
Track Your Expenses & Net Worth with Personal Capital
I like Mint, but personally, I feel like Personal Capital for the adult or advanced personal finance fan. I’ve also had better luck getting ALL my accounts linked to Personal Capital, so I can see a more accurate snapshot of the bigger picture. I track my expenses through Personal Capital so I know where my money is going. I also like to watch the line on that handy graph get higher as my net worth grows. You can watch your line get higher, too. Sign up HERE.
Thank and Grow Rich by Pam Grout
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
Overcoming Underearning by Barbara Stanny
Secrets of Six-Figure Women by Barbara Stanny
Money: A Love Story by Kate Northrup
Dear Debt by Melanie Lockert
Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert
The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron