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How are you doing?  Are you happy with your trajectory in life?  Are you worn out?  Are you bored?  Are you just going with the flow of life? Or are you on the opposite end?  Stuck overthinking everything.  Treading water.  Unable to effect the positive change you would like to see in your life?  Do you know what you want out of life? What do you actually need?   Wow!  That was a lot of questions! However, these are things you actually need to ask yourself every once in a while.  So you should really go through each one.  GetRead More
How to Get a High Paying Job No Debt Involved career, tuition, cash. scholarship, cheap, student, loans, university, money, budget http://jessicacoaches.com/2017/04/how-to-get-a-high-paying-job-with-no-debt-involved
I like options! When I graduated from High School I had pretty much been told you are going to languish away in a food services job or go to college for a four-year degree. I was also told there were three routes to do this, rich parents, debt, or scholarships. However, it turns out some food services jobs pay more than the job you might get after four years of studying.   There are also so many more options to get a good career and so many more routes to get you there without going into debt! ***Note: I amRead More
What everyone should know about being a realtor, salesperson, agent, houses, sales, home, tucson, az, arizona, salary, education, information, expect http://jessicacoaches.com/2017/04/what-everyone-should-know-about-being-a-realtor-from-one/
Jessica Deratany a licensed Realtor with Tierra Antigua Realty. I love real estate.  I listen to podcasts about real estate for fun.  When I have access to cable television I will choose HGTV, Income Property is, of course, my favorite! I love touring houses, especially the really old gross ones that can be transformed into something beautiful.  I have been involved in many complete renovations and even a new build.  I have become very skilled at most things it takes to renovate a home, construction, and design.  I love negotiating a deal. Real Estate is kinda my thing. So, IRead More
You Should Have a Big Cheap Wedding why going into debt is a horrible first step in marriage. love, marriage, budget, tips, matrimony, husband, wife, spouse, vows, study, more, guests, finance, financing, downpayment, down, payment http://jessicacoaches.com/2017/04/why-and-how-you-should-have-a-big-cheap-wedding
While perusing the internet this week, I came across several advertisements for financing your wedding.  Because there is nothing that says we are ready for the next chapter of our lives like starting it with a massive debt. Curious, I investigated more.  Washington Times reported that the average price of an American wedding had reached a mind-boggling $35,329! WHAT! On a party?   This amount could send that couple on good economic footing into the world.  35,000 dollars is a great downpayment on a home in most states or even a paid in full, flat-out cash price on some fixer uppers or condos.Read More
I chose to be homeless for a year, minimalism, freedom, financial, travel, less, stuff, more, life http://jessicacoaches.com/2017/04/i-chose-to-be-homeless-for-a-year/

I Chose To Be Homeless For A Year!

Posted on April 11, 2017
I often see these memes about adulting: the burden, the monotony, the reluctance.  When did we decide it was normal to hate what we do day in and day out.  Did we make a conscious choice to spend most of our time doing something we hate to get money?  Or did it just happen?  Why do people accept that the route to success is plodding away at a job for the majority of our lives, and the whole of our most productive ones at that?     So what happens when you say, F*** it! I don’t want to beRead More
Tired of Worrying About Money, early retirement, passive, income, cash, flow, help, 50%, paycheck to paycheck, broke, ready, for, change, 401k, investment http://jessicacoaches.com/2017/04/are-you-tired-of-worrying-about-money
When did struggling to make ends meat become the norm? Headlines raced across America this week about the dire situation we are faced with. According to HomeServe USA: In America 50% of people are unprepared for a financial emergency. 1 in 5 (19%) Americans have nothing set aside to cover an unexpected emergency. 1 in 3 (31%) Americans don’t have at least $500 set aside to cover an unexpected emergency expense. In a different survey by MetLife, they found that 49% of employees are “concerned, anxious or fearful about their current financial well-being.” (Source: MarketWatch.com) That means 50% of peopleRead More

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