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2017: a year in Review

 I was inspired to do this by a blogger, who’s site I was inspired by the moment I saw it. I’m excited that I came across this at the end of the year, because I feel that it’s going to be beneficial when I need a pick me up throughout the year. 

I fell in love with this idea, because it aligns with my goal of this site. Creating, completing and celebrating goals accomplished. This will allow me to have a visual of my accomplishments and focus on what I have done, as motivation to keep moving forward. Opposed to focusing on the negative of what I don’t have and what I haven’t completed. 

5 Tips to Help You Crush Your goals

Are you tired of almost being ahead?

Tired of giving up before you finish…

Overwhelmed with thoughts of ..?”ugghh if I would have kept going I would be XYZ?”

You want to be better, do better, but you struggle with staying motivated because you have so many other things around you?

I am here to tell you there is hope.

My Journey into the blogoshere

Hey Sunshine☀, It’s Bianca!

The time has come…

I’m super excited and a bit nervous to be writing to you. The thing is, I’ve wanted to create a blog for a few years now. I’ve visited many of websites through the years, and have had twice as many thoughts flow through my mind ..

“Ugh, why didn’t I think of that”, “I totally could have done that”, “I could never do that”, “I’m not funny, or interesting”, or “I can’t even write” .

I could go on for days, but I think you get the point.

How switching banks saved me over $1000

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I used to be quite embarrassed to admit, but I struggled with overdraft fees to the extreme in my early 20’s.? When my children???????? were little and my husband?? first left, I paid over $1000+ of overdraft/overdrawn account fees in one year. How? A few ways, bad money management, being naive, and a lack of funds. I felt stuck, but I knew I needed my bank account, it was sucking everything out of me at the same time.

Through the years I was able to get a better handle of my finances, but yet, I still cringed from time to time when a charge, that I forgot about, slipped through the cracks.

I finally had a handle of my money, so the smallest account fee was bothersome.