Take five minutes to a few hours each day before the real ‘Holiday’ and appreciate your unique gifts and circumstances. Take the stress of money out of the equation and introduce gratitude – for what you have and what you’ve been given. Here’s a list of our top twenty-five no-cost ideas to get you started. And definitely comment below if you can add to the list!
You don’t need to look far to often find you have what you already need. The same is with gifts and activities, especially as the next month tends to overwhelm us and our budgets. Take some ideas that we’ve put together to lessen the strain on your pocketbook and feel free to comment on any additional tips you have too!
“You can journey to the ends of the earth in search of success, but if you’re lucky, you will discover happiness in your own backyard.” – Russell Conwell
Ever been tasked with planning a large corporate event or even just a dinner party with your house’s maximum capacity? No matter the type of event that is in your future, we want to make sure that your organization and budgeting skills lead to a successful event no matter the size. Below find fillable and printable budgeting worksheets for your event, and be sure to log in to your Rena-Fi Inc., account to view past and upcoming webinars where we bring in seasoned professionals that offer money saving tips and tricks for your events.
The holidays are fast approaching and it’s why we have created some questions and prompts to be sure you don’t overspend this holiday season. Many of us rarely think about things like Christmas cards and dinner parties, holiday outfits and crafts with the kids. But if you’re on a tight budget, these things can wreak havoc for you and even possibly put you into more debt. So before you go to the grocery store hungry, or shop without a plan, ask yourself some vital questions and start making an effort to not go hog-wild with the sales and intense marketing this season.
In this video segment captured from Rena-Fi’s live webinar on October 14, 2018, with Racheal Allen, Rachel talks about envisioning a path to financial success. She addresses her aspirations, steps to achieving her goals and once to do once she got there.